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The Worst Selfcare Practice That Changed Everything

self-care /ˌselfˈker/


  1. the practice of taking action to preserve or improve one's own health.

  2. the practice of taking an active role in protecting one's own well-being and happiness, in particular during periods of stress. "expressing oneself is an essential form of self-care"

When you are stressed out, your (mental) health, sleep, and self-care are the first to go.

10 years ago I had no idea what selfcare was. I was sofa king tired all the time. I was stretched so thin- I was overwhelmed and I was cranky. ALL.the.time. I was 30 years old.

A tired new mom, barely married and I was overwhelmed with my new 'responsibilities'. I felt like I had gone to another country and I was in culture shock. I mean, I was barely an adult myself and I was miserable.... can you relate?

Rock bottom was during my second round of postpartum depression with my second son. I still had zero selfcare game and I was desperate to figure out how to make me feel happy & whole again. This couldn't be how adulting was supposed to be right?!

I couldn't find what I was looking for on the google. I wanted a tangible checklist that I could gather inspiration from but also check off tasks as I had completed a selfcare thing so that I could see and feel that I was building healthier habits. I wanted to be able to add my own ideas & inspirations and that is why I created the Selfcare Checklist.

As I started to slowly climb out of the fog, I realized that while I was on auto pilot I was pumping my tires on empowering other women just like me with their own selfcare. That time of my life was all a blur- like how did I instinctively share how much I benefited from creating daily selfcare habits for myself with others?! I still have no idea and well, then I found essential oils and then that completely blew my selfcare game to the next level. More on that soon.

Selfcare + Essential Oils =


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