3 self-care practices to connect with your inner self this fall

3 self-care practices to connect with your inner self this fall

Being stressed is inevitable, but it doesn't have to be permanent. Try these 3 fall self-care practices to reduce negative thoughts, frustration, and anxiety.

The importance of self-care

Self-care helps mitigate the negative effects of stress. This practice includes the things you can do to meet your physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. So first you should understand what is going on inside your head and ask yourself:

  1. How do I feel right now?
  2. What can make me feel better?
  3. What can I do to be more motivated and happy?

Here we share some self-care practices to do this Fall

1) Have some Fall fun. 

Take a hike and enjoy walking on dry leaves // Photo by twitter

There are many Fall activities you can do to spend a good time and feel better. Get in touch with the creative parts of yourself and make plans. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

2) Practice Gratitude

Practice Gratitude // Photo by Voicesofyouth

This is known for being a good practice to reduce stress, anxiety, and depression. Moreover, being conscious of how grateful you are with your life may also improve physical well-being, better sleep, and even lower blood pressure. It is cheap and it only takes some minutes. Consider using a simple journal and as part of your routine and write there a few things for which you are grateful. 

3) Make time for you

Drink a cup of calming tea 

Take some time for you, to reconnect with your body’s needs and signals and establish a self-care ritual. These are some of the things you can do:

Less is more! So sometimes the little things can really have a great impact on our life

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