10 Self-Care Tips for PMS

When I started my period at the age of 10 I had no idea what was happening. As a teen, my periods were terrible. My cramps were debilitating and I had periods that would sometimes last for a month with the extra perk of huge mood swings. I was miserable. In my 20s, I lived in fear of my period. It meant I was going to rage-out and end my very off/on relationships. I would get upset about everything so it was inevitable. It also meant I’d be curled up in bed crying because I hurt so much – mentally and emotionally. When I began my self-love journey, a lot of things I read had an emphasis on honoring your cycle and honoring your emotions during that time of the month. I found it so hard to do that. How could I honor something that felt so destructive? I did…

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What You Can Do To Keep Away The Covid Blues

Morning lovely humans! I know how difficult this time is so I wanted to give you a few tips on how to navigate this unique situation and the challenges we’re all facing. The most important thing is to understand that we’re all going through a collective trauma. It’s scary. There’s anxiety. And often it feels like there’s not much we can do. I hope these tips help just a little. I want to remind you to give yourself a break. Whether you have to go to work, or you’re feeling at home and lonely, or at home and overwhelmed, or worried about current/future finances – give yourself a break. Let yourself cry about it.   If you find that you are having a particularly hard time emotionally or mentally, you are not alone. Everyone is going though this and it helps to remember you’re not the only one feeling all of those emotions. But let’s talk about a…

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Stay Safe Stay Home Self-Care Guide

Every month my Narwhal and Pegasus Tier Patreons get four worksheets as part of their rewards. This month, I decided to create a 19-page mini-guide that focuses on self-care and mental health during this time called Stay Safe Stay Home Self-Care Guide.  Here’s what’s inside:– Self-Care for Bad Mental Health Days– Self-Care for Anxiety– Things to Do While You’re At Home– Essential Workers Worksheet– Activity Ideas– Make Your Own Playlists– Daily Self-Care Tracker– Daily Habit Tracker– Staying Connected Worksheet– Struggles Checklist– Daily Check-In– After Plan Stay Safe. Stay Home. Self-Care Guide. is exclusive to my Patreons and you can find it there right now. If you’re unfamiliar with Patreon it’s a way to support creators with a monthly fee in exchange for rewards throughout the month. You can also cancel at any time. Sign up here! We’re living in such uncertain times and Covid-19 is on all of our minds, even when we try our best to push…

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Using Spring Cleaning to Clear Your Mind

Human beings are fragile, and now more than ever, it seems we all might need a break to clear our minds. With much of the world self-isolating due to rising concerns about the coronavirus, it’s easy to find yourself focusing on the news and social media while clutter and unfinished projects pile up around you. Isolation is known to drain our energy and even affect our mental health. Sometimes a change of environment can do wonders because it helps us to focus on our well-being. With spring right around the corner, let’s take a look at some self-care tasks that go hand-in-hand with spring cleaning that can help us create a space that brings us peace and enjoyment. Focus on the Arrangement of Items Seasonal depressive disorder, anxiety and even empty nest syndrome can take their toll on your well-being. Your surroundings, such as clutter, can only add to those…

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