I know you are all committed to your self-care . It’s part of your daily life to keep you in tip top physical and mental condition.
But do you just accept that you’ve got where you want to be and sort of let things settle down only to realise that you’ve slipped into some bad habits or you’re not feeling too good?
You may have become an avid reader of self-help books to help with healthy eating, mindfulness or the latest exercise trend. But after a while do you find that those books find their way onto the shelf to stay there gathering dust? Forgotten and more like shelf help than self-help.
It’s a common problem as we are bombarded with so much information and sorting it becomes a chore. We become overwhelmed with it and for many people (me included) I reach a certain point and procrastination sets in. It just becomes too daunting to deal with and the books stay gathering dust and the shelf gets weighed down!
So, I’d like to share my tips on focusing on the appropriate self-care books for you:
You can be aspirational, successful and enjoy your life. But it is tricky to do alone, I act as a guide to help others find balance in all aspects of their live - Jane.