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Self care
Self Care Activities When it comes to self care activities, there are different needs that we can work to meet. Physical self-care Physical self-care might include activities like exercise or eating well. Emotional self-care Emotional self-care includes taking time for your emotions, or doing pleasurable activities. Spiritual self-care Spiritual self-care will be different depending on your spiritual beliefs but might include mediation, going to church, or praying. Mental self-care Mental self-care can be activities that are mentally stimulating such as playing a game, or ones that allow you to take care of your mental state such as journaling or practicing kindness to yourself. Practical self-care Practical self-care is typically about your life and what you need to do in a more logistical or practical sense, such as working on decluttering or tackling something on your to-do list. Yes, this can be self-care also. Social self-care Social self-care uses friends and others to help take care of yourself. This would be engaging in activities that include others or allow you to be social. You can look at self-care and make sure that you take care of body, mind, and spirit. All of these parts of you likely need attention and care to help you feel complete. As you look at the list of self-care activities, some of the ideas might not be realistic because of where you live (for example, you might not be able to walk on the beach because you don’t live near one), but perhaps you can walk in the forest. Or, the activity might not be practical because of the time of year: you can’t always jump in puddles, or a hike may be unrealistic for you if it’s Winter and snowing.
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Self care
Self Care Activities When it comes to self care activities, there are different needs that we can work to meet. Physical self-care Physical self-care might include activities like exercise or eating well. Emotional self-care Emotional self-care includes taking time for your emotions, or doing pleasurable activities. Spiritual self-care Spiritual self-care will be different depending on your spiritual beliefs but might include mediation, going to church, or praying. Mental self-care Mental self-care can be activities that are mentally stimulating such as playing a game, or ones that allow you to take care of your mental state such as journaling or practicing kindness to yourself. Practical self-care Practical self-care is typically about your life and what you need to do in a more logistical or practical sense, such as working on decluttering or tackling something on your to-do list. Yes, this can be self-care also. Social self-care Social self-care uses friends and others to help take care of yourself. This would be engaging in activities that include others or allow you to be social. You can look at self-care and make sure that you take care of body, mind, and spirit. All of these parts of you likely need attention and care to help you feel complete. As you look at the list of self-care activities, some of the ideas might not be realistic because of where you live (for example, you might not be able to walk on the beach because you don’t live near one), but perhaps you can walk in the forest. Or, the activity might not be practical because of the time of year: you can’t always jump in puddles, or a hike may be unrealistic for you if it’s Winter and snowing.
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Self care
Self Care Activities When it comes to self care activities, there are different needs that we can work to meet. Physical self-care Physical self-care might include activities like exercise or eating well. Emotional self-care Emotional self-care includes taking time for your emotions, or doing pleasurable activities. Spiritual self-care Spiritual self-care will be different depending on your spiritual beliefs but might include mediation, going to church, or praying. Mental self-care Mental self-care can be activities that are mentally stimulating such as playing a game, or ones that allow you to take care of your mental state such as journaling or practicing kindness to yourself. Practical self-care Practical self-care is typically about your life and what you need to do in a more logistical or practical sense, such as working on decluttering or tackling something on your to-do list. Yes, this can be self-care also. Social self-care Social self-care uses friends and others to help take care of yourself. This would be engaging in activities that include others or allow you to be social. You can look at self-care and make sure that you take care of body, mind, and spirit. All of these parts of you likely need attention and care to help you feel complete. As you look at the list of self-care activities, some of the ideas might not be realistic because of where you live (for example, you might not be able to walk on the beach because you don’t live near one), but perhaps you can walk in the forest. Or, the activity might not be practical because of the time of year: you can’t always jump in puddles, or a hike may be unrealistic for you if it’s Winter and snowing.
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