When we’re feeling troubled we think we have nothing to give, but then we discover that by giving we feel better.
This week’s self-care action is to build up your list of people who can enhance your self-care in three distinct ways.
Beyond your time spent on the mat, yoga philosophy can have far-reaching effects in your life off the mat.
With movement, we come back into our bodies with more physical energy and stamina, and thanks to endorphins it just plain feels good.
Four ways to experience the health and social benefits of lifelong learning, while sparking your motivation for more self-care.
Being outdoors holds many wonders for your mind, body, and soul. Five ways to spend more time in nature.
Besides hydrating the body from the inside, having water as part of your external environment can be a soothing self-care technique as well.
Meditation doesn’t have to look like what you think it will. Open your mind to your own style and explore the ideas in this post.
Hiding your feelings can harm your relationships, and can be even more harmful to your emotional health.
Requests are an essential self-care tool because our days are intertwined with other people’s.