Day 95 | 100 Days of Self Care

 

IMG_9912This is what a productive brainstorm session looks like. Notes, water, tea, adult beverages, and this chocolate/nut treat that I really must get the recipe for – and maybe I’ll actually find time to make it!

Today’s Self Care Stats:

Accomplished

  • Rest day – no exercise
  • Brief knee and ankle stretches to loosen stiff parts
  • Yard work
  • Delightful Ayurvedic facial
  • Brainstorm session!
  • Inspired reading

How I felt

Something has to be said for the generated energy of putting two business-minded, creative gals in a room and letting them loose to brainstorm ideas (oh and eat yummy – and healthy! – snacks). Trust me, it’s good for the spirit.

Take away point

If you’ve never experienced an Ayurvedic facial, I highly recommend it. It is lovely and I dare you to stay awake.

 


 

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Obstacle Course Racer. Business Owner. Parent and Ordinary Person. Learning to slow down & embrace the wild.

6 thoughts on “Day 95 | 100 Days of Self Care

    1. Oh absolutely. I tend to be too hard on myself and what I “should” be doing. Sometimes my needs are different than my expectations. Also, consistent activity and stretches is necessary for comfortable movement (and less re-injury). Often it’s the little things that are way more important than they seem.

      1. Very true! I have a book listed on my inspiration page called “The Slight Edge”… it might be of interest to you. It’s all about doing the easy things – that are so easy NOT to do. But doing them will bring us to what we want in life. I think that’s why I love 100 day projects. A little bit each day can move mountains.

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