It’s extremely important to prioritize your physical & mental health and wellbeing.

Because affects every other area of your life! So if your health & wellness are going down the toilet, you might feel like your life is too…

When it comes to self-care, the little things really can make a big difference. In this period of collective stress, it’s natural to feel a little anxious.

Fortunately, there are things you can do right now to ease your mind.

Whether you need a quick pick-me-up or a long-term plan for managing stress, these seven simple self-care tips can help to ease your mind and prioritize your well-being:

1. Accept Your Anxiety
For starters, you have to have compassion for yourself. When you accept your anxiety
instead of fighting it, you open the door to finding relief.

2. Put Your Worries Into Words
Journaling can help you untangle your thoughts. If writing isn’t your thing, you could give
another quiet activity — such as coloring or a puzzle — a try.

3. Practice Self-Soothing Techniques
What brings you peace? Hone in on the techniques and activities that soothe you, and
make a point of practicing them more often.

4. Get Some Exercise
Exercise releases endorphins that directly combat stress and anxiety. Try to incorporate
movement into your daily routine to improve body, mind and spirit.

5. Talk to a Friend or Therapist
We’re all in this together. Get (and lend) self-care support by keeping the text, video and
phone lines of communication open with your support network.

6. Take a Break From the News
It’s normal to be overwhelmed by the news. As part of your self-care practice, make a
point to sign off regularly and focus on the things that lift you up.

7. Make Self-Care a Routine Act
As you devise your new normal and settle into a routine, make sure that self-care is part
of it.

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