You’ve all been busy this week! And some of you have put some real effort into the Self Care CAL. I’ve shared a few of my favourites from Instagram below. Multimel13 has made a big effort to grt involved with the CAL. This week, she shared the above photo which I think is so true!… Continue reading #SelfCareCAL – What you’ve been up to on Instagram.
So yesterday I had a bit of an accident. I can’t tell you exactly what happened for legal reasons but I just want to say that I wasn’t seriously injured!
NB: This post is not intended to give any medical advice or opinion. If you are affected by any of the issues raised, I would advise going to see your GP. Caring for yourself is vital when you have a chronic illness. Self Care doesn’t always mean simply caring for your mind. It means caring… Continue reading SelfCareCAL – Taking Good Care of Your Health…
Not many people have a lot of time for Self Care. If you’re a parent and work full time, you don’t have a lot of time for anything! I wanted to share a few ideas on how to get a bit of self care in when you’re time poor. Get 40 winks. – Sleep is… Continue reading #SelfCareCAL – 20 Self Care Tips For The Time Poor
Emma from Buttons Inc. is a lovely lady. She makes unique cards and gifts using buttons as embellishments. She has a lot of butterflies in her shop so she’s immediately my kind of lady! I love butterflies or Pilipala as they’re called in Welsh. Emma crafts to help her anxiety, depression and a personality disorder.… Continue reading Self Care CAL – Maker Spotlight – Emma from Buttons Inc.
When I announced the CAL, I wanted to give people ideas on Self Care on a budget. Not many people have had much spare cash since the global meltdown. I wanted to give you a few hints on things to do that don’t cost the earth! Love Yourself There are a lot of things you… Continue reading #SelfCareCAL Day 1 – Self Care on a Budget…
Self Care is NOT selfish! It’s not making excuses to get out of necessities. It’s not hiding from responsibilities. It’s taking responsibility for your own well being and making sure you have the reserves you need to get through the priorities in life. It’s taking an hour out of your day to make sure you can get through the rest of the week.