How to self-care
Self-care without guilt is challenging for most people. In North American culture, self-care and selfishness are closely connected. Both as individuals, and as a culture, we need to work on making self-care a habit that is integrated into our everyday lives. It is not a luxury but rather a vital part of making us the best we can be.
Why self-care is important
Self-care is important because it gives us the energy and resources to handle every part of our lives better.
Self-care tips and strategies
The following are my top articles that relate to self-care including self-care tools, figuring out what self-care looks like to you, understanding why self-care is important and self-care tips and strategies to help make it part of your everyday life.
How to Make Self-Care a Competitive Advantage
Learn 3 ways to make self-care a regular part of your routine, so you can feel energized and give yourself a competitive advantage at life.
5 Ways to Help you Bounce Back When “Life Happens”
Learn 5 strategies that will help you make more room in your life and bounce back faster when something unexpected happens.
Protecting Success in a World Full of Noise
Learn strategies to block out the noise and protect what success looks like to you, whatever that may be.
Overcoming Impostor Syndrome, aka Shutting Up the Jerk in Your Head
Learn 4 tools that can help you overcome impostor syndrome and realize how awesome you really are.
Battling the Culture of Busy: Part 5 – Self-care
Learn 3 tactics that can help you be more intentional about making self-care a part of your life.
My Sacred Eight: An Exercise in Daily Reflection
Learn how this daily reflection exercise can help you identify the things that are most important to you, and give you a framework to reflect each day on whether you are spending your time on them.
Everyone’s a Vampire: Being an Introvert in an Extroverted World
Learn the main difference between being an introvert versus an extrovert and learn some tactics to keep your energy up so you can be your best self.