This Is Why I’m Thankful for Self-Care

Updated: Apr 28

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, what are you most grateful for?

Pumpkin soup with green pumpkin seeds and a green herb in brown bowl with silver spoon on brown table
Thank you, thank you, thank you, self-care—and butternut squash soup.

In the acknowledgments section of my second book, How to Stay Calm in Chaos: An Everyday Self-Care Guide, I thank my self-care practices. They are what carry me through my many roles: full-time working mom, wife, author, yoga teacher and self-care speaker. They’ve been my foundation for doing all the things throughout a global pandemic.

It is through the journaling, meditating, practicing yoga, exercising, deep breathing, connecting with nature and preparing deeply nourishing meals where I can truly take care of myself, and share how others can do the same so they can live well, too.

As you gather with family and friends this holiday season, be sure to be truly present with them. Put your smartphone down and start living. There is so much to be thankful for, beginning with ourselves and the people we love.

Get 25% off my self-care books when you sign up for my free monthly self-care newsletter Nourish Note.

Practice It: What Self-Care Practice Are You Most Thankful For?

Write about it in your journal, and share it on social media with the hashtag #standupforyourselfcare so that others can be inspired to practice more self-care.

12 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All