Your Self Care Informs Your Self WorthAug 06, 2020
Too often we chip away at our self-worth one disempowering decision at a time…one “compromise” at a time that allows our dreams and desires to be marginalized, or worse, completely disregarded.
Our dreams get pushed back until “After…(you fill in the blank)
- The kids get older
- I have more time
- I figure out what is going to happen with my job
- I get some more money
Here is a quick “Are You Serving Your Self-Worth” Assessment:
Do I have regularly schedule me-time daily, weekly, monthly, and annually?
This could look like:
Daily: A regular practice that includes, journaling, meditation, and a movement practice such as yoga or tai chi.
Weekly: A weekly treat or self-care practice such as therapy, massage, a date with yourself where you go to a museum, practice your golf swing, go on a hike, or to a nursery to purchase items to use gardening.
COVID Safe Alternatives: Most Psychologists are offering services online. Rather than go to a spa, create your own in-home spa treatment with candles, Epsom salts, and essential oils. Hikes and outdoor nurseries continue to be great options…remember to observe social distancing at all times.
Monthly: Monthly meetups with friends or with groups to learn a new skill or cultivate a passion, such as learning a new language, wine tasting, book clubs, voter support projects.
COVID Safe Alternatives: The good news is most of these activities can be transferred online, and while the weather is still nice, some of these activities can be done outside while maintaining a safe social distance.
Where are you on the self-care spectrum?
1 = There is absolutely no room for me in my life
10 = I am doing me and livin’ my life like it’s golden!
Share your score and comment below.
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