Tag: Self-care

  • Adrift

    Lately, I’ve been feeling like I want to be adrift for a while. I get the image of floating in the middle of a vast ocean, arms outstretched, the sun … Read more

  • June and July review + August exploration

    I didn’t post a June review. Which is weird because I thought that I got quite a bit done in June. And now it’s already August! I thought it makes … Read more

  • Self-acceptance when you have a ‘special brain’

    Have patience with all things but first with yourself. Never confuse your mistakes with your value as a human being. You’re a perfectly valuable, creative, worthwhile person simply because you

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  • Please don’t help me

    There is a time to provide advice and offer an opinion, and there is a time not to. Don’t be too quick to offer unsolicited advice. It certainly will not

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  • Return to your core

    I’ve shared this before – I’m one of those people who gets quite anxious about seemingly everything. I’m also quite emotional by nature and I get wound up pretty readily. … Read more

  • Building self-love by helping others

    One of the best ways to get into a good-feeling place is to help others. This really is the magic bullet and I’ve seen it work time and again both … Read more

  • Self-forgiveness

    “If all the world hated you and believed you wicked, while your own conscience approved you, and absolved you from guilt, you would not be without friends.” 

    – Charlotte Brontë
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  • Self-care and using devices consciously

    I believe that one of the most important aspects of self-care is the conscious use of devices. I hadn’t realised the impact of being constantly connected with seemingly everything via … Read more

  • Staying in a good place

    How often do you feel that you’re in a good place? Do you think that you naturally have a sunny disposition or do you find yourself mostly having a bleak … Read more

  • What fills your cup?

    It was a particularly beautiful evening. The sky was grey and the trees were in hues of green. Spring is in full swing so in the backdrop of the grey … Read more