Ah, Valentine’s Day – a holiday to celebrate love with the one you love. Well, that sounds great and all if you’re in a relationship – but what about if you’re single? What should you do, spend the entire day moping around eating copious amounts of mini Twix? That’s an option, but a better option is
The journey to better self-care starts with one step. Often times people are overwhelmed by trying to change multiple things at one time to have better self-care. They tell themselves that they will start exercising everyday, and take a hot bath, and start many parts of what everyone had told them is the most important
First let me start by saying Happy Valentine’s Day! I hope that your day is going well. I know for many people this day can be difficult. For some it reminds them of failed relationships, or a number of other things. So today, the focus of our self-care Sunday is self-love. How do you love
Happy Sunday! I don’t know about you but Sunday is the day I typically use to prepare myself for the next week. I try and meal prep, plan my workouts and any other things that may occur in the week ahead. In the midst of that, I try and also make time for self-care. Some
Almost everyday I hear someone talking about how they don’t feel _____ enough. They may say they don’t feel smart enough, pretty enough, qualified enough, good enough…the list can go on and on and on. In the end we are trained to always think we are not enough. I wonder what would happen if began
Love Your Neighbor, show them they are valued….
What do you think of when you hear the word masterpiece? Does the Mona Lisa come to mind? Sistine Chapel? When I hear the word masterpiece my mind automatically goes to the greats right? You know Da Vinici, Michelangelo, Rembrandt, Monet, Picasso, Van Gogh, Beethoven, Mozart, Bach… you know the guys that have famous works that
The battle is on. What battle you may ask, there are a lot of things we are fighting for and against right now, its hard to keep them straight. But there is one battle we as a culture are losing each day. That is the battle for the children and teenagers. I know they may