Are You Doing A Good Job of Taking Care of Yourself?


In the last couple of weeks I have been a little bit off my game. It has taken awhile since I’ve returned from my Eat, Pray, Love trip to Australia and Hawaii to feel a little tired. In fact, I’m not just a little tired-I’m really tired. It has been an intense past 4 months. Returning to America, rebooting my life, and starting a new freelance career. It has been exhilarating, challenging, intense and exhilarating.

Now, I’m tired.

I realize that the months of pitching, sharing my story, being focused has worn me out just a little bit. It’s time to focus on some self-care. Fortunately, I am now able to make some adjustments to add some balance to my life and think it’s a good time to share some tips so that you can focus on wellness too!

Listen to Your Body

Your body will send you signs when it’s out of balance. For me I began to get very tired. And I started forgetting things (like my post for yesterday) and I’m a little more edgy. Since I’m feeling tired and obvious fix is to get more sleep. So, that’s what I’ll focus on for the next couple of weeks.

Focus On Your People

You want to make sure that you’re tending the important relationships in your life. Make sure to spend time with the ones that you love. Meet for coffee, go for a walk, just make sure it’s some FaceTime. We all need people. Don’t take the ones in your life for granted.

Manage Toxic Situations

Sometimes we find ourselves in toxic situations. In those moments it’s really important to take a step back and decide how we’re going to manage what could potentially be detrimental for you.

It’s important to ask the following question “Are you doing a good job taking care of yourself?” If you feel the answer is “No” take some time to figure out what you can do to manage your situation better.

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I am an obsessive foodie, but not self-righteous with it, love travel, meeting new people, helping you look good, and am freaked out by people who don't enjoying reading...something! I have always liked issues connected to personal finance, the movement of money on a bigger scale, and now am fascinated by how people’s emotions affect their personal spending. You can read more at: I’ve had an amazing time writing for my blog, The Shop My Closet Project, and love the transformative power of connecting with people through writing.

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