What do I get Out of It?
The Benefits of Self-Care
Experts suggest we neglect self-care because it can be tough to make healthy changes and manage stress in better ways. Self-care is also sometimes associated with selfishness and lazy, over-indulgent behavior. This mentality might make us feel guilty for thinking we need to take a break from our lives to do something that, simply put, makes us feel better. But ignoring our needs has some dangerous side effects: It makes us more likely to get sick and can make existing conditions worse—not to mention the emotional toll of never taking a break.
That’s why taking the time to check in with your mind and body isn’t a bad thing. In fact, researchers believe the pursuit of health and happiness is far from selfish. When we take good care of ourselves, we’re likely to see an improvement in many aspects of our lives, including our physical health, relationships, and even our income. Plus, by making the choice to practice self-care, we have a tendency to care more for others—proving its importance for not just ourselves, but the world around us.
Benefits of Self-Care
- Create daily space to listen to your intuition
- Learn to become aware of and manage your energy
- Become more honest and present in relationships
- Develop healthy boundaries
- Enhance your intuition
- Give yourself permission to res and do nothing
- (knowing deeply that is a crucial part of your healthy energy cycle)
- Start your day with more energy and positive mindset each day
- Feel healthy and vibrant
- Make more time for yourself
- Make more time for creativity
- Make more time for your friends
- Develop intimacy in relationships
- Get crystal clear and take action on desires, needs and wants
- Gain greater confidence in all areas of your life and work
- Have more patience for your children and extended family circle
- Increase in synchronicities and the right people just showing up
- General increase in daily joy, smiling and feeling connected.