Is quitting social media the ultimate form of self care?
It seems like the answer is obvious but it took me a long time to fully understand how powerful quitting social media would be for me. After 8 years of living my entire life on social media as a network marketer turned influencer turned life coach, I found myself burnt out, feeling like a total imposter ... (Read More)
A Centuries Old Tradition of Self-Care
While modern day baths look different today, why are we so quick to disregard their significance when the tradition of drawing a warm bath has been alive and well for centuries around the globe. Our ancestors knew about the healing and restorative benefits of a bath, so it's time to fill our tubs, add some bath salts and relax. (read more)
Our founder, Amanda Levine, speaks about how self-care assisted in her recovery from alcohol addiction. "Self-care sounded like something I should know ... It was a foreign concept to me, made evident by the reasons I was in that group therapy session ..." (Read more)
Self-care isn’t a fad. It’s how we heal generations of hardship. Imagine all your ancestors who couldn't take time for self-care -- all your ancestors who lived and breathed and had lives just as real as yours, who did what they had to do to survive. (Read more)
For most people, quarantine was a time of experimentation, picking up a new hobby or baking bread from scratch; but for others, like myself, it was a time of sadness, confusion, hopelessness and depression.
I imagine, there’s a lot more complexity to “Know Thyself” than ironing out the specifics of your Hogwarts colors. Knowing yourself helps you identify the patterns of your life and leads you to mindful progress.
Self-love isn’t just a trend. It requires daily practice. And if you’re looking for easy daily habits to boost your self-love, we’ve got you covered!