Are you ready to prioritize your wellness and self-care this fall?

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Are you ready to prioritize your wellness and self-care this fall?​

The Bliss Essential store is open! Shop the highest quality and purest essential oil blends for SLEEP, STRESS, ENERGY and IMMUNITY!​

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How To Create a Self-Care Routine That You'll Stick To

How To Create a Self-Care Routine That You’ll Stick To

Most of us know that we should be incorporating a self-care regime into our daily lives. Yes, DAILY lives. But actually implementing it and making it happen, isn’t always as easy.

This morning on Global News, I shared tips and tricks on how to create a self-care routine you’ll stick to. Summer slacking is coming to an end, and if you’re a parent, the kids are also heading back to school… it’s therefore the perfect time to return to you. Our loved ones should see that our hobbies and passions also matter, and deserve to live on the family calendar too.

You matter.

Every day.

So, quit making excuses why you should be constantly doing for everyone around you, all the while walking around with a depleted tank. You can’t give from an empty cup, dear friend.

We’ve Got Self Care Wrong

We’ve Got Self Care Wrong

We talk a lot about self-care– it’s a very 2019 word. I talk a lot about self-care as a Certified Life Coach, Certified Yoga Instructor, and Parenting/Lifestyle Correspondent on TV. When we think of self-care, we often think of hot baths, or massages, or this picture I posted yesterday on social media – I shared it in my instagram story.

Self-care for me two days ago was the gift to myself of $8.00 tulips I put in my kitchen window sill to look at while I’m doing the dishes or sipping my coffee, to help me channel spring and radiate sunshine.

Our Montreal winters are rough, I tell ya, people.

And I realized that even in my yoga class, when I have my yogis on the mat, I often say to them as they are lying calmly on their backs in sivasana at the end of class, I invite them to channel the good vibes and keep them going after class— a nice hot bath, a warm cup of tea, a nice book, a show on tv that makes them laugh. Something just for them that is pleasurable to end off their evening. That they cannot give form an empty cup.

But here’s the thing: self-care isn’t limited or limiting.

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