Self-Care to Develop Self Love

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Self love is a critical component to happiness. It does not mean that you love every single thing about yourself, but it does mean that you're able to see the positive traits, appreciate them, and be gentle to yourself. Self-care is a great tool to develop self-love because it gets deeper into understanding your needs and giving yourself things that feel good. You deserve it!

What You'll Need

  • Yourself
  • Pen & Paper
  • Varying items depending on self-care list

What You'll Do

  • Write out a list of all the small things you like to do for yourself that feel nourishing. Allow it to be comprehensive like: reading a book, eating sushi, taking a walk, getting a massage, going on a hike, getting fresh air, drinking coffee in the morning, etc
  • On a daily basis, notice the small things that you are already in the habit of doing for yourself that could constitute as self-care. Think: saying no to things you don't want to do, speaking to friends that you love, watching your favorite show after work, etc.
  • Continue this pattern of self-care by giving back to yourself in small, sustainable ways each day
  • While performing acts of self-care, try to think about the generosity and love that you are giving to yourself
  • Soak it all in. You deserve it!
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