In this Queendom, self-care can be so many things – art, play, exercise, nutrition, or pampering. No matter what form it takes, as long as it’s truly stress-relieving, it is a defense against burnout. It’s not always a bubble bath with a colorful and fragrant bath bomb, but that’s a pretty good place to brainstorm other ideas.
We’ll start with energy management with the help of Spoon Theory, especially if you have undiagnosed mystery symptoms, burnout, invisible chronic illness or metabolic autoimmune conditions. Self-care that’s stressful or numbing isn’t helpful at all. Spoon Theory and energy management are at the heart of everything I do.
You started an online business so you could take better care of your health. You thought you’d see more sunshine than the blue light of Zoom calls or scrolling through social media. Yet here we are. We have to make time for fitness and healthy eating in our business, so we can be a healthy version of ourselves and keep serving the world with our fabulousness.
Movement is medicine, and I’m going to help you find physical activity that makes your body happy, decreases your risk of Type 2 Diabetes and heart disease, and helps manage conditions you already have.
No burpees necessary. Life’s intense enough already.
To find what’s truly best for you, getting better at listening to yourself is so necessary. That little voice inside you, that little feeling of mischief, it’s worth listening to, amplifying, and protecting.
True self-care requires maintaining boundaries and continuing to prioritize yourself. If you’re an empath, intuitive, highly sensitive person, or recovering from trauma, self-care and boundary setting are not frivolous. They are self-preservation.
I’m here to help amplify what your intuition and body are already telling you. I’m here to support you and help you move from self-sabotage to self-care that feeds your creative and playful energy.