Looking after yourself is important. There is no other way that we can say this to convey the importance of taking care of yourself to you, so direct and to the point is the only way to go with this. There is nobody in the world who is ... READ the POST
5 Proven Tips for Boosting Your Mood
Being in a good mood impacts your physical and mental health positively. Numerous studies have revealed that staying happy contributes to a stronger immune system, a healthy heart, and a reduced risk of cardiovascular diseases, which ... READ the POST
3 Ways to Practice Self Care at Work
Learning how to do self-care at work is important. If you're looking for ways that you can be productive at work while still maintaining your mental health, in this post I share some easy and helpful ways. In these unprecedented times as ... READ the POST
The Ultimate Self Care of Saying YES! to YOU
Self care is not always about getting your nails done or treating yourself to favorite dessert. Although it is part of taking care of yourself, it isn't the whole story. Self care is much broader than that. I do my best explaining on the ... READ the POST
3 Quarantine Self care Ideas You Should Try!
I might be the last one to jump in the bandwagon of dispensing advice on quarantine self care. A quick look on internet will not leave you disappointed. There are lots of tips to choose from- what to do and not to do while we are counting ... READ the POST
3 Tricks to Feel Happy Inside
Happiness is an inside job. This isn't just a pretty quote but also a universal truth. If you are not in terms with who you are on the inside, you can't come into terms with the world on the outside. Simple. Coming into terms bring ... READ the POST
3 Ways to Plan your Life Fit for Self care
To gain a happier existence filled with self-love, you have choices to make. Such as creating more you time or designing an uncluttered haven for you to relax in. 3 Ways to Plan your Life Fit for Self ... READ the POST
3 Things to Get Rid of From your Life with Good Reason!
We tend to spend more time thinking about the things we want to gain in life, than thinking about the things we want to subtract from our lives. It’s common, for example, to get caught up in the idea of the next big purchase, ... READ the POST