Important Self-care Sunday Rituals That Don't Involve Bubble Baths & Facials

Self-care, although quite a trendy topic, is extremely important when you're trying to live a healthy lifestyle. Often times we see selfceare rituals as taking a bubble bath, getting a facial or sipping on a glass of wine. Although those are important, is imperative to look at selfceare less from a commodity lens and from a self-preservation holistic point of view so that you can live life more abundantly. Implementing self-care habits that alter the way of think and heal, helps you become the best version of yourself.

 

Here are some of the less talked about pillars of self-care that you can indulge in today:

 

CREATE A DELIBERATE HABIT - 

 Make a decision to routinize something small in your life. By doing it in the same way each day—it creates a positive and consistent habit.

 

PLEASURE -

Deliberately engage in pleasure activities with yourself or with your partner.

 

SETTING BOUNDARIES -

Creating a boundary from a toxic relationship is or creating a cutoff time where you don't communicate with the outside world is extremely important but often overlooked

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REST- 

Rest is something we take for granted. Sometimes selfceare is simply about catching up on much needed sleep - maybe even for the whole day.

 

KINDNESS- 

Give random people a compliment. Try to be intentional about putting kind words and gestures out into the world.

 

DECLUTTER- 

Try a mini declutter ritual. Recycle three things from your wardrobe that you don’t love or regularly wear.

 

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COMMUNITY-

Sometimes we're so busy working or engaging with our family that we don't lean on our community. A strong circle of influence outside of your daily life is important for connecting and healing.

 

EXPLORATION-

Take some time to explore yourself, your body, your neighborhood, nature or the world. Going on a personal adventure aids in adding meaning to your life.

 

ACCEPTANCE-

Accepting the things that you can not change helps to forgive and move forward without resentment. Once you accept, you begin the process of living happier and healthier. 

 

 

 

Rachel Beider