Self care doesn’t have to mean a spa day or a weekend getaway for hundreds of dollars. In fact, self care can be as simple as taking a nap…or a nature walk!
[tweetthis]If you’re a woman who is a giver, you need to prioritize self care.[/tweetthis]
Since we’re talking about money in March, I thought I’d offer you
inexpensive self care ideas
you can use right away. Let the self care begin!
1. Create your own Woman Cave.
Your woman cave can be a corner reading nook or an entire craft room but the main thing is, it has to be a place where you can escape–even if it’s just with a book and a cup of tea.
Take over one kitchen cabinet or pull a chair into a corner. Transform your closet into an elegant dressing room. Pack a cart with your crafting supplies so you can whip up a card on a whim.
Need more ideas? Check out my Pinterest boards.
Self Care:: Woman Caves Pinterest board
Home:: Your Space Pinterest board
2. Create an at-home spa experience.
If you have a bathroom in your home, you can create an at-home spa.
Soak in an Epsom salts bath. Make a body scrub out of sugar and oil (2 TBL of each plus a few drops of vanilla or almond extract is a good configuration). Use an avocado hair mask or give yourself an egg white facial. Invigorate your skin by dry brushing. Save your loofah or favorite fluffy towel just for spa days. Play music and pour yourself a yummy drink–go all out!
There are so many things you can do to pamper yourself at home for CHEAP.
Here are more ideas:
Self Care:: Spa At Home Pinterest board
Beauty:: At Home Beauty
I defined and explained puttering here.
Puttering can mean rearranging your bookcase by color, replanting some flowers in your favorite cup and saucer or bringing in some branches from outside to add to your table. It can also mean wandering around your house sprucing up or decluttering.
It’s relaxing and slow-paced but also productive (great for those of us who find it hard to relax without “getting something done”).
I love to putter! I put some ideas on my Whole woman:: Puttering Pinterest board
4. Get out.
[tweetthis]Being outside to breathe, move your body and enjoy nature is a great way to practice self care.[/tweetthis]
Take a nature walk. Look for unusual rocks to pick up or a type of bird you’ve never seen before. Take your camera to zoom in on one flower petal. Pack a picnic and enjoy eating outdoors. Take in the sights and smells and savor the moment.
5. Put together a “me time” box.
Let’s say you get an hour to yourself or even an entire day…what would you do??
[tweetthis]A “me time” box means you’ll always have something to DO for those rare self care opportunities.[/tweetthis]
Add a magazine, a candle, bath tea, chocolates, manicure supplies…anything you can grab and use at a moment’s notice.
If you need more self care ideas, visit my Self Care Pinterest board below!
Whole woman:: Self Care Pinterest board
Are you good at self care…or are you like most of us and tend to take care of everyone else FIRST?
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