Self Care Real Talk

Five Minute Moments
“Find a balance that works for you… but understand that that what that looks like will vary from week to week. Some weeks work priorities just take over. Other weeks, family and friends can be more of a focus” Andrea shared with us. If time is tight, she suggests you “take five-minute moments to step away from the computer, grab a cup of tea or get outside– no guilt!”
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Self-Care=Self-Compassion... Take it from a professional
" opportunity to practice self-compassion, which, to me, is the greatest form of self-care.  Reminding ourselves that we tried and that failing at something is just one choice in millions we will make in our lives and that does not define who we are. Practicing self-compassion allows us to not be perfect and when we’re not, which is every single day, we need to then take care of ourselves, slow down, breathe, have a cup of tea, read a trashy book, call a friend, take a nap, take a bath, go for a walk, meditate, exercise or a thousand other things."
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