Have you thought about how you’re going to take care of yourself this summer? I know, I know, summer is a relaxed time – there’s no reason to plan and be intentional about self-care this summer, right? Wrong!
Summer’s pace is indeed slower, but it can also be more hectic. As a mom whose kids go to public school, summer can feel overwhelming at times.
All of a sudden it feels like the weekend seven days a week: preparing three meals a day every day, refereeing spats, engaging their young minds, and their needs almost always coming before my own. (Homeschooling mamas, I know this is your life every day – hats off to you!) Any sense of rhythm I had for my personal needs goes straight out the window if I don’t have a plan.
I’m excited to be guest posting at CreativeHomeKeeper.com writing about how to make a plan for daily self-care this summer.
Here’s a little snippet:
You might be a mom who is already convinced of the benefits of regular and daily self-care. It may not happen every day and it may never happen perfectly, but you know the importance of taking care of your body, mind, and spirit. This post will encourage you to keep up the great work!
You may, however, be a mom who is just barely getting through the day and have never thought about what your needs are on a daily or a weekly basis. This post is for you.
Read the rest of 5 STEPS TO DAILY SELF-CARE THIS SUMMER.
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What are ways that you take care of your self-care needs on a daily basis?
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Victoria @DazzleWhileFrazzled says
Daily self care is super important. I purposely get up extra early to get some things done on the computer + exercise. Doing so helps to alleviate some of the stress I can feel with three kids at home, esp. in the summer. Thanks for linking up with Funtastic Friday.
Me too Victoria! I’ve just started getting up early on a consistent basis and it’s been really refreshing.