Do you ever feel awful at the end of the day and have no idea why? Maybe nothing dramatically bad happened in your day, but you just feel a weird sense of melancholy. It turns out that all of the small things we either do or don't do add up, and they contribute greatly to how we feel each day. If you want to boost your positivity and keep track of your self-care habits, here's a super helpful checklist made by Girlboss! This checklist comes from the articleSelf-Care 101: A Checklist To Help You Take Care Of Yourself Right This Instant.
Much has been made of the meteoric rise of self-care as an industry, with its expensive colonics and such. But here’s the thing: Despite all the media hubbub of late, self-care actually starts from a very simple place.
In fact, self-care is all about incredibly simple (usually free) acts. If those simple acts of self-care are not addressed, installing a $16,000 therapeutic float tank in your house is only going to get you so far. As many of us know though, these simple acts are sometimes easier said than done, and some days they’re tougher to remember than others.
To help you keep track of your baseline needs, especially in stressful situations, we put together this self-care checklist for you. Save it, share it, use it, and relish in the sense of baseline well-being that follows.
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