Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, and the New Year. There’s plenty to celebrate as the days grow colder and you start wearing your comfiest socks. But with all that celebration comes a little more on your to-do list. And possibly less time to put good self care ideas to work.
We invite you to PAUSE.
Take a step back. Assess what really matters. And reset your relationship with the things that make you feel good.
Because guess what? Prioritizing yourself isn’t going to ruin holidays. It won’t turn you into Scrooge. And it doesn’t make you selfish.
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When you feel energized, inspired, and replenished – rather than stretched thin and burned out – you’re more capable of giving to others. Plus more likely to enjoy life and the people around you.
Maybe you’re an expert at this and just need some gentle reminders. Or perhaps this is your first time embracing self care. No matter where you are, we’ve pulled together our favorite self care secrets in a brand new Holiday Self Care Reset:
- Attainable weekly self care inspiration
- 2 FREE PDF meal plans including “Cook once, eat all week” and 1 week quick and simple dinners
- New Year’s Pantry Detox Guide
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As we dive into winter and wrap up 2018, we’re offering you two PDF one-week meal plans that will help free up time and give you the space that you need to be take care of YOUR needs. Each meal plan includes a timeline, a shopping list, and recipes for the week.
You’ll also receive a set of printable self care reminders. Place them in your kitchen, bathroom, car, or workspace.
Why are you always putting yourself last, even though you know you shouldn’t?
Holiday meals, cookies for teachers, potlucks, office parties – and let’s not forget you still need to feed your family.
Adulting is hard. And to make it all work, you may put your needs last. But when you prioritize everyone else before yourself, no one benefits.
You know this, right?
Most of us do. But it in the thick of long to-do lists and a string of parties on the horizon, you may be tempted to take on more than you can actually handle.
Embrace that you don’t need to do it all. Honor what you feel and want. Decline joyless obligations. And take it easy every now and then with quick dinner recipes that save time.
Here’s to living your best life during the holiday season.
Ready to get your free Holiday Self Care Reset? Click here.