Self-care at work is essential, especially when you are under a lot of pressure. Instead of thinking about self-care as a longer break or vacation that only happens once or twice a year, take some relaxing moments for yourself every day, even if just for five minutes. You deserve it.
Let’s face it. We are really busy, and we hardly have enough time to get through our
to-do-list. We make plans about our self-care practice but when the week comes
with a lot of surprises, our plans are thrown out of the window and we feel a sense
Self-care looks different from person to person. We are all individuals with different needs, feelings, worries and preferences.
Nothing can give us more energy than a self-care moment doing what we need and what we love
Being aware of your need is essential but it’s important to know how to satisfy it.
One of my favourite ways to clear my mind is very simple and quick.
I do it when I feel overwhelmed by my thoughts.
Self-awareness is the most important skill for self-care. When you know exactly what you need, you can choose a small action that will make you feel better
Effective tips to avoid the teacher's burnout. Useful tips teachers.
Beauty is more than just pretty looks. It's also about taking good care of yourself, both inside and out.
Looking back on the past year I have discovered that I do not have one best day but I feel a general sense of happiness, gratitude and joy.
Hi everybody, today is my 40th birthday, and I want to celebrate it with you sharing the most significant quotes that have improved my life!
This week I want to celebrate the healing and relaxing practice of wandering.
I have just finished to read the Keri Smith’s book, "The Wander Society", and I’m very inspired.
One day you will know that it’s the imperfections that make us unique!
Acts of kindness from strangers put a smile on your face and inspire you.
My holiday is over. I visited wonderful places and met very friendly people.
Hi dear friends, here I om on holiday in Corfù, Greece, and today I want to share with you the magic of a place I've just discovered.
I want a place where we can meet and share our lives. We can be in different countries, live in different ways, but we are women and something joins us together.
This week I would like to share with you some tips and useful links to relax and take time for yourself.
The point is that if you feel alone, or you have a problem, and you can't solve it, speak to someone, find information, read about the experiences of another person with the same troubles.
Living a happy life means knowing yourself. It seems a simple truth, but it's not easy to do.
There is only a way to stop the boredom: start doing new things and live unusual adventures.
Your soul needs nurturing. It's important to focus on the exterior, we can look and feel great, but when we are going through a crappy period we need something more than our appearance.
We shouldn't live an ordinary life when an exceptional life is possible.
We shouldn't think about living an average day when every day could be a great one.
There is beauty everywhere, and when I slow down and open my eyes, I change my perspective.
While a little stress in life keeps us focused and motivated, too much of it can affect your health negatively.
Sooner or later everyone feels a sense of solitude; sometimes it’s only a slight feeling and sometimes it can lead to a feeling of desolation.
After a day at work, my mind is full of thoughts, and the only useful thing I can do to feel better is relaxing.
When we think positive thoughts about ourselves we tend to experience positive emotions and when we think negative thoughts, we tend to experience negative emotions.
Saint Valentine’s period is an opportunity to prove our love towards another person.
I’m 39, and I have learned an important lesson in my life: change is always, always possible. Habits can be modified. It’s not easy, but it’s possible.
We have lots of plans in mind, ideas, and good intentions about health, food, gym, job, relationship and…..we feel overwhelmed. Too many thoughts in mind!
We can only do one thing.
Try a slow deep breath!