Fall is here. The chill is in the air and it inspires us to slow down a bit, find a cozy spot to relax, and show ourselves some love. We've rounded up 5 ways to promote self-care this season that celebrate the changing of the leaves and the flavors of the season. Plus, these activities should help you de-stress and feel more grounded, which is important to set yourself up for a pleasant holiday season. Yeah . . . that's coming soon. Treat yourself right and you might just be surprised by how good you feel.
Declutter your summer wardrobe and donate to someone in need: You’ll reap the benefits of a clearer space, while also making a huge impact on those who might need it most.
Forget pumpkin spice lattes, try a pumpkin spice face-mask! Pumpkins are filled with vitamin C, it can help soothe and moisturize dry skin during the colder months.
Soak up nature, by taking a hike, going apple picking or visiting a pumpkin patch: get outside and do something simple. Take advantage of the beautiful weather and allow yourself to spend some time outdoors. Breathe in the fresh air, move your body. Take in the sights, the changing foliage, and the outdoor décor.
Bake to your hearts content: baking can be therapeutic activity. It reduces stress and promotes mindfulness. And of course, let’s not forget….it can be yummy too! So, fill your home and bellies with something delicious! Cookies, cakes, pies… The possibilities are endless! Check out some of our favs from our Olve Recipe box.
Get cozy: Fall is all about embracing comfort and coziness. Bring out the fuzzy socks, the thick robes, big blankets, and oversized sweaters, anything that’ll make you feel wrapped in a hug. Read a book, watch a film, take a nap… it’s all about relaxing and allowing yourself to unwind!
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