How do you define self-care?
Many of us seem to think that self-care involves white terry-cloth robes, spa appointments, and day-long commitments.
But I believe true and deep self-care is made up of moments – simple, magical moments we give to ourselves throughout our days.
This past weekend my self-care practice was blasting soul-nourishing songs as I brought order to the house.
I must have played this one I Won’t Give Up six or seven times, singing at the top of my lungs.
The line… I see that you’ve come so far, to be right where you are, how old is your soul… brought tears and chills each and every time. God knows we’re worth it.
I invite you to put on a favorite piece of music and let it move you, in whatever way that may be…
…lying down and letting the music wash over you and tears flow out
…dancing in gorgeous circles around your living room
…moving to yoga
there is no right or wrong way.
It’s simply all about what feels right and true to you and your soul.