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Make Self-Care your resolution!

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This month’s theme is “self-care.” I admit I found this a hard theme to pick a topic for as I struggle with self-care in my own life.

Instead of feeling a little hypocritical by offering advice which I struggle to take myself, I decided to be honest and talk a little about an epiphany I had while struggling to come up with a self-care topic. This epiphany was to stop putting so much pressure on myself. Stop trying to do more, be better, try harder.

Therefore, instead of making the same type of New Year’s resolutions I make every year focusing on achievement, I have decided to make resolutions which focus on taking pressure OFF myself, instead of adding more.

This is my personal way to try and practice self-care this year. I hope it motivates you to do the same in whatever way is best for you!


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