We often hear the term self-care as something we should practice, and while it may sound easy to engage in helpful self-care behaviors when we have the time and the mental bandwidth, self-care can be much more challenging when life interrupts us with full schedules or difficult emotions.  

But this is when we need it most.

So what's the solution? Make self-care a habit by placing value on showing up consistently. However simple or small the act of self-love, showing up on your bad (or busy) days can have a profound impact and benefit, helping reinforce a more loving relationship with ourselves. 

Showing up consistently is not about adding another thing to your list but rather it is part of a positive focus in your day, keeping you healthy and better able to deal with obstacles that come up in your day.

Quote of the week:

"Life should be touched, not strangled. You've got to relax, let it happen at times, and at others move forward with it.” Ray Bradbury

Hoping you have a lovely day and in case no one has told you this lately, you're amazing!

Melissa x


p.s. Have you heard of our 5-day Doodle Breaks Challenge? This is a great go-to self-care practice. Experience creative mindfulness and positive psychology 10- minutes a day!