Yoga Session. Young multicultural people doing group meditation in modern studio


Our body sends us secret messages that only we can decode. The messages I’m referring to are the ones that are not meant to alarm us, and if we make small changes, we’ll notice the difference. We often ignore them and keep pushing forward, but there are many things we can do to self-heal our bodies and mind. Love yourself enough to self-care.



Learn how to meditate. You’ll want to relax your mind to the point where you’re in a state where you’re not thinking of anything that causes stress. We often have so many things going on at one time that we become overwhelmed, causing our thoughts to become crowded. Compliment your meditation with music that will enhance your mood and see what the CDC says about taking care of yourself emotionally.



This coping technique requires you to release your thoughts and feelings on paper to clearly understand things you may not understand. It could help manage life during times when anxiety knocks on our doors. There’s nothing wrong with having a conversation with yourself. You’ll be surprised to find out something you didn’t know. Try Mindfulness: A Day and Night Reflection Journal

Setting Reminders

Today is self care day reminder - handwriting in a desktop calendar with alarm clock, mental, emotional, and physical health concept

How many of us check on ourselves? While making sure everyone else is okay, add yourself to the list. We sometimes put our well-being on the back burner and forget how awesome we are. We may think we’re fine until we’re not. Put yourself on the schedule and make time for a self-care checkup.