Sacred Self Care

Ideas to Develop a Kick-Ass Self Care Plan

You must care for yourself first before you can go out into the world and care for others.

In it’s most simple form, you deserve to eat healthy foods, exercise your body regularly, reduce your stressful triggers, manage your own time wisely, learn relaxation techniques, engage in mindfulness, avoid “compassion fatigue”, and practice assertiveness.  That’s all easy to say but really, much, much harder to put into practice.

Jump start the process and use the following ideas to brainstorm your own self-care plan:

INFOGRAPHIC Ideas To Develop A Kick-Ass Self Care Plan

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31 thoughts on “Ideas to Develop a Kick-Ass Self Care Plan

  1. Those are some great ideas! One teacher at the gym makes us yell our counts (for leg lifts or sit ups). She says, yell in here so you don’t yell out there. I think that is really good advice and definitely helps. Sometimes a good yell (at the gym or in a pillow) can help. But sure feels silly while you are doing it. Lol!

  2. I work in a field where we had graduate school courses devoted solely to self care so this was a great reminder of that! My biggest self care took tool is my co-workers that understand the struggles and we help support one another.

    1. I’m so happy it could help! I think we all need a reminder to slow down and take some time for our own needs.

  3. This is great! I could work on several areas, but work is my most challenging. Slowly I’ve been scaling back on how much time and effort I give to this area. That sounds kind of bad, but I was putting myself , my kids, and my marriage on the back burner. That doesn’t work long-term.

    1. I’ve done the same. My family needs to remind me to find balance, especially when I get locked onto an idea or project and start neglecting all the other areas of life! It’s a process, one day at a time!

    1. It took me a long time to learn to say no, but once I did the relief of not having to attend every event or volunteer at every school function was huge!

    1. Thanks Anitra. It’s good to have reminders of where to step back and do something good for ourselves in each of these areas.

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