Self-care shouldn’t be seen as a “nice to have” or an indulgence. It is a priority. With one thing after the other taking over the top spot on our to-do list, it is easy to brush aside making time for ourselves. With bills to pay,
“And perhaps what made her beautiful was not her appearance or what she achieved, but in her love and in her courage, and her audacity to believe: no matter the darkness around her, Light ran wild within her, and that was the way she came alive, and it showed up in everything” – Morgan Harper Nichols.
Does this sound familiar? Your boss sent you an email first thing in the morning, your kids need their school lunches packed, your husband hasn’t unloaded the dishwasher, again, and your hair is a mess. How are you going to find time for yourself when
Having a positive and loving relationship with yourself can be a difficult task. As Carrie Bradshaw once said in Sex and the City, “The most exciting, challenging, and significant relationship of all is the one you have with yourself.” We are bombarded every day with