Category: Self-Care

How to Be Your Own Cheerleader in Life

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Not all of us are lucky enough to have a support system of people who love us and are there for us during our darkest and happiest moments. Some of us are alone with only ourselves to keep us going. Whether by choice or circumstance, being your own cheerleader in life is a daunting task… Read more »

4 Ways to Start Prioritizing Self-Care

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In today’s world, self-care is often left on the back burner. Our busy lifestyles make it difficult to prioritize time for just us. Self-care means listening to your body, taking moments to check in, intentionally tuning in to the thoughts going on in your mind, and challenging your behaviors and belief systems if things feel… Read more »

4 Reasons to Spend Money on Yourself

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From a young age, it has been instilled into our minds that saving money is always better than spending it. If you spend your hard-earned money on items just for yourself, you are told that you are wasteful and frivolous with your cash. Yes, it is important to save your money for rent, bills, and… Read more »

How Booking a Boudoir Photoshoot Is a Form of Self-Care

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What comes to mind when you think of self-care? Probably bubble baths, exercise classes, healthy smoothies, journaling, and other stuff along those lines. These are all great examples of self-care, but sometimes the best things you can do for yourself are a little more outside of the box. Many women, for instance, wouldn’t think of… Read more »

How Embracing Vulnerability Will Make Your Life Better

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Let’s face it; most of us don’t like to be vulnerable. Being real with other people about your weaknesses, struggles, challenges, and desires is not easy. Too often, we feel as though we need to put on a permanent front of strength and resilience. But nobody has it together all the time, and the more… Read more »

Healthy Positivity vs. Toxic Positivity: The Important Difference

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We’ve all heard of (or know) a “negative Nancy”. It’s that person that always has a complaint, is pointing out the downside of a situation, and just seems to want to spread their pessimistic view of the world. But what about the flip side? Someone who is always smiling, has a pep in their step,… Read more »

3 Things New Mommas Can Do to Feel Sexy Again Postpartum

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Postpartum life is a whirlwind. The exhaustion of caring for a baby doesn’t leave you with much time or energy to think about sex. But when things calm down and you do eventually get there, you may find it difficult to feel confident about your new body. Don’t get too discouraged though—with a little patience… Read more »

4 Myths About Self-Care You Should Never Believe

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The movement for self-care in our society has gained a lot of momentum over the last few years. While it’s great that more people are recognizing the importance of making time to do positive things for yourself, rising popularity has resulted in a lot of misconceptions about what self-care is and how it works. Having… Read more »

How You Can Benefit from Joining a Women’s Support Group

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Women play a lot of roles and take on a lot of responsibility in society and their daily lives. Mother; wife; daughter; career woman; many of us take on some or all of these duties at once and more. It can quickly feel like there’s no time left to take care of your own needs…. Read more »

A Guide to Self-Care During the Coronavirus Pandemic

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Working from home; social distancing; self-isolation; shuttered businesses; right now, in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, this is our reality. It’s not ideal—and it can certainly be scary at times—but for now, it’s the best way to keep our loved ones safe and healthy. Being cooped up at home with minimal social contact can… Read more »