Here we are on Day 40, the last day of #40DaysOfSelfCare. It’s the eve of the Full Moon and it feels like the perfect time to complete our adventure.
At first I felt a bit sad about wrapping this up, as it means ending a writing project that I have absolutely loved. The experience of doing the self-care tips and writing the posts has changed my life on all levels – health, career, personal, and relationships.
Over the past 40 days, I cleansed old habits, nourished my heart, rejuvenated my courage, pampered my body, and stoked my creative spirit.
I hope your experiences over the past 40 days have helped you better root into self-care. And by integrating the 5 elements of self-care – pamper, rejuvenate, nourish, cleanse, and create, into your daily life, you are making choices and changes that best support your health, vitality, and creativity.
A few navigational tips on continuing to weave self-care into your daily routine: Embrace wonder. Be curious. Take baby steps. Believe in magic. Orient towards Purusha – unlimited creative potential. Have fun.
I’d love to hear about your self-care adventures over the past 40 days. Feel free to email me at email@example.com.
Thank you for partaking in this journey with me. I hope the 40 self-care tips are helping you experience more vitality, ease, and creativity in your life. And most importantly, you are having fun making small changes in your daily routine.
In closing, a benediction from one of my favorite writers, John O’Donohue.
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Today’s Self-Care Adventure: Settle into a favorite nook in your home and reflect on the past 40 days and what the 5 essential elements of self-care, PAMPER, REJUVENATE, NOURISH, CLEANSE & CREATE mean to you. For each one, make a self-care intention that relates to your body, mind and life. How will you weave these self-care actions into your daily life? Write this on paper or in a journal. It can be a few words or a few sentences.