Daily Self-Care

Schedule in time each day for your own self-care.

I often talk about the importance of self-care and I make sure that it is an integral part of all of my coaching programs.
The mindset of sacrificing our own needs to meet the needs of others is something many of us share. We are super-women, able to get it all done in record time with our signature flair. But we need healthy, strong bodies to keep that S on our chests.⁣
Self-care means giving the world the BEST of you, not what’s LEFT of you.⁣
Set aside some time EACH day for your own self-care. And rather than saying, β€œI’m going to do such & such every day at this time,” breathe into it and ask yourself in the very moment, β€œWhat do I need?” Keep breathing, visualizing your breath entering and leaving your body, sending energy & healing light to every cell head to toe. And then listen.⁣
πŸ›€πŸ»Β  Do you need a nap or a hot bath?⁣
πŸ—£Β  To connect with a friend or a family member?⁣
🀯  How about a brain dump to clear your head?⁣
πŸ•ΊπŸ»Β  A release of energy with some 80s tunes and dancing?⁣
πŸ§˜πŸ»β€β™€οΈΒ  Maybe more breathing & stretching with some yoga?⁣
πŸšΆπŸ»β€β™€οΈΒ  A walk out in nature to reconnect with your soul?⁣
Being in tune with our bodies is a big part of living life to the fullest in our Second Half of Life. Eating Meaty Low Carb gets our eating & satiety signals working again, and gets us out of β€œred alert mode” from toxic invaders like sugar, gluten, and inflammatory oils. You can see how when combined, this is very healing for our aging bodies.⁣

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