Self-Care Tips: Won’t Cost You Nothing

Most of you already know that I have a passion for health, wellness, and beauty.  In fact, I must tell you that I believe wellness is beauty. I have made a commitment to learn how to help other people—friends, family, and community members—to achieve their health and wellness potential. Therefore, I will always share credible information along with my ideas of how you can improve or maintain your health.

Many of you have very busy lives: you work hard and overload your daily schedules, and you don’t always make the time for fitness or medical appointments to ensure that you are taking care of yourself.  I know because I have fallen into that trap many times.  My friends and family members have also fallen into the working hard and overloading your daily schedule trap.  That is why I am sharing some self-care tips with you to help encourage you.  

The good thing about these self-care tips is that they won’t cost you nothing. You do not have to buy a gym membership to take care of yourself.  All you must do is make a commitment to yourself to learn how to best support your own health and wellness. You must make self-care a priority and essential part of your daily life. I had to decide to take care of myself, and I encourage you to decide to take care of wonderful you.


For Good HEALTH, Try These Self-Care Tips:

  • Have at least 8 glasses of water every day.  Try drinking a cup or two of hot water, especially if you are feeling constipated or simply need to warm up your body.
  • Energize and take 20 deep breaths every day.  Yes, breathe.
  • Admire your accomplishments and celebrate with aromatherapy every day. My favorite energizing essential oil blend is lavender and peppermint oils.
  • Listen to music and love your life every day.  You are where you are supposed to be.
  • Think about your short- and long-term goals every day. Write your goals down and make them clear.  Check off the goals that you already accomplished.
  • Hum for short intervals of time every day.  Humming is very calming and supports heart health.  I remember when I was a young girl, my great grandmother would hum while she did chores around the house.*

Above everything, I encourage you to love:  build strong personal relationships, nurture your spirit man, and give to those less fortunate.  If you are already on a path of self-care, please share your ideas and tips.  I look forward to reading your comments.


1. “2017 American College of Healthcare Sciences,” <> Accessed on 27 March 2017.

2. “2017 American College of Healthcare Sciences,” <> Accessed on 27 March 2017.


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