- Sarah Del Rey
Simple Acts of Self Care
What does self-care mean to you? It can mean a lot of different things to each of us. Self-care is defined as, “the practice of taking action to preserve or improve one's own health.”
Taking time for self-care is a vital and sacred act. Self-care is taking care of your mental, physical, and emotional health. Self-care is such a broad term as there are many different acts of self-care!
Below, we are breaking it down easy for you to see and understand! Understanding different types of self-care are the first step to take action and improve.
Because there are many facets to life, it may be hard to determine where you may be needing some more self-care. We hope this guide is helpful in that regard.
-Simple Acts of Self Care-
Physical~ sleep, stretching/exercising, movement, physical release, nourishing food, yoga, rest, earthing, breathwork
Emotional~ stress management, forgiveness, compassion, kindness, emotional maturity, empathy
Spiritual~ meditation, yoga, alone time, connecting to Source, time in nature, journaling, spending time in a healing sacred space
Social~ setting boundaries, positive social media feeds, communication, time together, support systems, asking for help
Personal~ knowing yourself and your identity, honoring yourself, hobbies
Space~ healthy living environment, a clean and organized space, safety, security, and stability
Financial~ money management, saving and budgeting, paying bills, manifesting
Work~ Positive environment, work boundaries, time management, breaks, learning and developing
Invest in yourself! We all know that you can’t pour from an empty cup, so always make sure to take care of yourself first and keep yourself full! It’s also a ripple effect when we take care of ourselves, we can take care of others better. And when people see you taking care of yourself, it prompts them to take care of themselves as well!
See also 22 Self Care Practice Ideas
Much love & light,
Sarah Del Rey