enjoyment

Self-Care

- Have a good nights sleep. Get that much needed 10 hours you’ve been yearning for. Wake up and feel refreshed.

- Take long walks on a winters night with your dog. Take your headphones and listen to your happy music. Escape in your own thoughts. Enjoy your surroundings.

- Have a long bath in your favourite Lush cosmetics. Use baby oil and skin conditioner. Scrub your skin clean. Use your favourite hair products and give your hair a well deserved treatment.

- Clean and tidy your room. Hoover as it leaves a lovely smell. Light your favourite candles and change your bed sheets. Put on your favourite soft pj’s and snuggle under the quilt with a simple, enjoyable programme.

- Cuddle your loved one. Get them to tickle and lightly scratch your back. Get them to hold you so tightly they squeeze away all the hurt on a bad day.

- Tell yourself once a day your favourite body parts. It’s so important to love yourself.

- Express how you feel always. Make sure everyone around you is aware how you feel, no matter how insignificant it may seem. Enjoy the things you love to the maximum. Throw yourself into your passions.

- Take up a hobby that challenges you and teaches you.

- Excerisise within your capability, even if it is 15 minutes on the cross trainer.

- Drink a litre of water a day. Increase it.

- Detox yourself every now and then. Drink green tea and stop eating meat for a week. Feel the improvement.

- Write down your day, how you feel what you did. Write what you like about yourself. Write what you did to improve yourself today.

- Cuddle with your pets. Tell them how much you love them. Play with their favourite toy. They love you unconditionally.

’..It is not out of compliment that lovers keep on telling one another how beautiful they are; the delight is incomplete till it is expressed. It is frustrating to have discovered a new author and not to be able to tell anyone how good he is; to come suddenly, at the turn of the road, upon some mountain valley of unexpected grandeur and then to have to keep silent because the people with you care for it no more than for a tin can in the ditch; to hear a good joke and find no one to share it with.’ - C.S. Lewis