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Daily Wellness for a Balanced Life: Fall 2020 Self-Care Challenge

In the wake of the pandemic, there’s never been a more important time to prioritize your health and well-being. Self-care helps us all maintain our sanity while giving our bodies a break. The problem is that it’s hard to slow down and set aside the time for self-care. We’ve all seen how self-care is glorified by our favorite celebs and bloggers, but it’s not always glamorous in reality. 

Even when you know that focusing on yourself will ultimately help you in the long run, it can seem like a task that you just don’t have time for. It’s one thing to put off a day of pampering at the spa, but it’s another thing to neglect your basic self-care needs. When you’re not giving yourself the attention and care you need regularly, you’re more likely to burnout or get sick. 

So, how can you restore your mind and body through small, attainable goals? A dedicated commitment to self-care is one of the best ways to proactively strengthen your immune system and combat stress. Wouldn’t you feel good knowing that you’re making time for your well-being each day?

A self-care challenge could be the perfect starting point. This challenge holds you accountable. You’ll be seamlessly incorporating wellness-oriented habits into your routine in no time. There are wonderful long-term benefits of creating daily intentions to focus on health and well-being. Taking care of your mind and body isn’t negotiable in the wake of COVID-19. Make a commitment to yourself and make self-care into small and enjoyable tasks that you can look forward to every day.

Why not start today? Print out this self-care accountability calendar and adorable progress-tracking stickers.


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