Tag: self care

Creating Your Self-Care Regime

Creating Your Self-Care Regime

Happy Monday! I am thrilled to share my latest SELF-CARE Infographic with you! My prescription is 30-60 minutes a day of self-care activities.

This is all part of my new talk coming out in 2020 called The Diamond Edge: How To Get What You Want While Giving Yourself What You Need

If you enjoy it, please feel free to share it with someone who needs the reminder to care for themselves.

Have a wonderful Monday, and an early Happy Thanksgiving to my American friends! 

Creating Your Self-Care Regime

Creating Your Self-Care Regime

Living an Empowered Life Filled With Love, Happiness & Success IS Absolutely Possible For You

Today is Day 7 of the Self Love and Self Care Symposium that I took part in as a Wellness Lifestyle Expert, and my session is today! Please set aside 30 minutes to an hour to hear from all new peeps today! 😉 It’s easy to watch and listen from home, your laptop or computer, phone or tablet. You can access all of today’s interviews immediately and they will be available for you to watch for 48 hours for free.

Erica Diamond
Creating Your Self-Care Regime

Join Erica Diamond and 35 Other Experts at the Self-Care Virtual Symposium

Join Erica Diamond and 35 Other Experts at the Self-Care Virtual Symposium

Living an Empowered Life Filled With Love, Happiness & Success IS Absolutely Possible For You

You probably don’t hear this often enough and I want you to really take this in…

You are SO LOVED!

More than you know…

Life loves you and wants you to succeed!

You are a magnificent human being with unique talents and gifts that are truly valued.

But that’s not why you are loved.

Love is your birthright … you are loved, just because you exist.

Zen Flow Yoga Class Online (30-Minute)

Zen Flow Yoga Class Online (30-Minute)

If you missed today’s Instagram live yoga class, here is the 30-minute Zen Flow Yoga Class Online. All levels welcome. Grab your partner, your kids, and join along in moving your body to breath. You will need a yoga mat (or beach towel).

The playlist that accompanies this class: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7sFvGXAcpmeerlj2J14hhr?si=J4wGxYftTF25rtn08xCOrw

Happy practicing this weekend. Harvard medical school is recommending yoga to deal with COVID-19 anxiety. Stay well. Self-care is pertinent.

Happy #InternationalSelfCareDay With A Side of Mindfulness, Please!

Happy #InternationalSelfCareDay With A Side of Mindfulness, Please!

Happy International Self-Care Day!

And I couldn’t think of a better day to discuss mindfulness than on this day. After all, mindfulness (a form of meditation), is indeed a form self-care.

Mindfulness has almost become THE word of 2019. But what is it, and does it work?

Well it does, and as a yoga instructor and life coach, this morning I shared some mindfulness exercises you can teach your children to help them feel calm when they feel stressed or anxious. What we teach our kids now, become their tools for life.

Simply put, mindfulness is bringing your awareness and breath and attention to the present moment and your surroundings, allowing thoughts to come and pass without judgement.

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.

6 Parenting Trend Predictions for 2019

6 Parenting Trend Predictions for 2019

I enjoyed this morning’s Global TV segment, as we chatted trends, and what recent surveys repdict will be hot parenting trends to look out for in 2019.

Helicopter parenting– in or out?

Gender reveal parties– still in or on their way out?

Tune in…