Taking care of ourselves, loving ourselves and even speaking positively of ourselves can be extra hard in age when comparison and self-criticism are at the forefront. For the bad days, when negative thoughts are in the driver's seat, having a way to reset can be extremely beneficial for our mental health. That is where a self care kit comes in. I've used the things in my self care kit for years, but only recently did I go through the process of "building" a self care kit. So, today I'm going to share with you that process, what's inside my self care kit and how it has recently helped me.
I have been thinking a lot about the past year and decade, which I touched on last week, and I gathered my thoughts when it comes to plans and goals for for this year. Before I share my 2020 goals with you all, I wanted to share the benefits of goal sharing.
2020 is here and I have a feeling it’s going to be a GREAT year. Since a big part of adulting is being organized, making plans and staying on top of your schedule, planners can be a very useful tool for adults... if you know how to properly utilize it! They can give you some peace of mind in seeing upcoming plans in one place. Personally, I found that when my planner is properly utilized, I do a better job of prioritizing my health, setting boundaries and becoming more organized in other aspects of my life too. So, as part of my new adulting series, I'm sharing tips to make the most out of your 2020 planner, and ultimately your new year.