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  1. Rebecca Payne says:

    A great post on self – care. So many great tips. Thank you.

  2. I read your post first this morning. The post includes simple changes that I can make today to start the new year off right. It’s Monday morning and I’m going to start right now. Thanks so much.

  3. I just love adding these things into ones day. Prayer especially. Thank you for these attainable things.

  4. Love all your tips and ideas. Will try some out so I am pinning this. Great advice!

  5. Absolutely fabulous article. I bumped into my sister in law the other day at a grocery store. To put it simply – she looked horrible. She texted me later and almost apologized for acting and looking the way she does. She is 10 years younger than me, but looks 10 years older. There is absolutely no self care in her life. She has a stressful life with an ill adult son, and they own a business that puts a lot of pressure on them. I don’t like to tell anyone how to live their life, but I did say that we all need to do some self care ,and that we need to take care of ourselves first so we can take care of others. Feeling better and yes, looking better, can help us cope with all the outside stresses that life throws our way. She has an upcoming birthday, and I plan on giving her some of the basic skin care items such as a good gentle cleanser, retinol serum, and a moisturizer to perhaps start her on a road of self care. She has always commented on how great I look, how our home is taken care of, etc., and I wish I could give her some help, but perhaps she needs is a little inspiration to get her on the road to taking better care of herself.

    1. Glad the article resonated for you. It’s very kind of you to want to help your sister-in-law, as well. I would focus on things that will make her *feel* good first. Once she feels better, she’ll want to work on appearances, as well. Good luck!!