Most people think of candlelight bubble baths, drinking wine, or eating chocolates as self-care.
And frankly, it can be.
But if this stuff doesn’t resonate with you or help you move your life forward, there are other
And because showing self-love and self-care is so important, here are 4 ways you can express
self-love that don’t involve baths or consumption…
1. Create space for yourself daily to reflect and dream – this can look like visualizing the
life you want, journaling, or meditating. There’s no right or wrong, but you should feel
inspired when you’re done. It doesn’t have to take more than 10 minutes per day. I highly suggest doing this in the morning before you start your day. I have a ritual/program I follow that sets me up for my day…everyday.
2. Take up a new hobby (or spend more time with one you already have). Uncovering
new skills or finding ways to re-focus and release stress will do wonders for you. For me, it’s training in the gym. I have made amazing gains and cured some injuries creating a squat therapy program for myself.
3. Spend time with friends. Too many people get caught up in the grind, hustle, and
responsibility of life. So, make a commitment to yourself and your people to get
together to share, talk, and laugh 2-4 times per month. It’s totally rejuvenating!
4. Set a goal to help you level up and work toward it. This could be a fitness goal, a career
goal, a money goal, a relationship goal, etc. It doesn’t matter what the category is, but
humans thrive best when they have something to work toward.
The key with creating success from these strategies is consistency and following through on
them even when you don’t want to or you’re short on time.
I promise this can change your mood, success, and your entire life.
Which one will you try first?
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To Your Success,
Kipp – KALFIT Coach & Mentor
Let's have a real conversation about how you can create intention and take action and move forward for the final time, so you never have to start over again.