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  1. What a great intro to you and your blog. It never hurts to be reminded of these building blocks to a self-care regimen!

  2. It’s a shame that at 32 years old I’m only now practicing self care and self love. I must admit, doing more things for myself and considering the things that make me happy and making efforts to limit daily stress has helped me a great deal. It’s funny that you mention affirmations because I downloaded one of those apps the other day and recorded a few that I’ve been listening to each morning on my way to work. I’m not really sure how well they’re helping but I guess I will see soon enough.

    1. Better now than ever! For me with affirmations, it took me awhile to realize certain behaviors and thoughts had changed.Once in the routine, it becomes just that: routine. Let me know how it works out for you! I’m really curious!

  3. I get out the house and take myself out for a yummy meal. And in the car I play my happy playlist (Smile by Kirk Franklin, My Day by Tarrus Riley, Good Times by Next Town Down, and so forth). I’m usually in a good mood by the time I get to the food 😊

  4. I really, really love this! In the last year or so, I’ve become a lot better with self-care and self-love practices, and although I think I do a pretty awesome job – I think there is always room to improve. I live for posts like these because it gives me ideas of what I can add to my own rituals. Thanks for this reference point Yetti!