Love starts with 'YOU'
Self-care is not the same as self-indulgence or selfishness. In a society where people are expected to work long hours and forego vacation days, there is an underlying belief that we must always be productive – which can eventually limit opportunities for self-care. However, burning the candle at both ends has serious effects, including burnout, sadness, anxiety, resentment, and a slew of other bad outcomes. Clinical studies have shown that practising self-care reduces or eliminates anxiety and depression, improves focus, reduces irritation and anger, increases happiness, improves energy, and more.
Self-care is an essential daily activity for your overall health and wellbeing. Remember, life is precious and is meant to be enjoyed.