It's time to take some time for yourself. Slow down, do something you love, something to replenish your energy and make you feel even more awesome. Here are some self-care Sunday ideas, but you don't have to wait until Sunday to do them. Fit these activities in whenever you can Make your bath or shower that much better: Turn your nightly shower into an impromptu aromatherapy session with a shower/bath bomb, luxurious scrub, or flash facials – try lavender, jasmine for relaxation and peppermint, citrus, or rosemary for an energy boost.
#TREATYOSELF: it’s important to do something for yourself, for no other reason than you want to, even if it's just occasionally. So, consider this permission to have that doughnut or splurge at the mall!
Be creative: art therapy can be so helpful, it can often relieve anxiety or stress, we love adult colouring books. You don’t have to be artistic…you just need to be able to colour within the lines!
Indulge with Spa Day: splurge on a professional massage or get the same effect at home by giving yourself a spa-quality DIY facial. Even taking a few minutes to paint your toenails can have a soothing effect.
Start and Indulgent post Shower Ritual: use a luxurious lotion with a scent you love, toss your ratty PJs in favour of soft and cozy new one—and consider splurging on the fancy face cream!
Spend Time Reading: No matter what your genre of choice, there's something to love about escaping with a good book. Need a recommendation, check out the Olve Book Club list
Listen to Music: Put on your favourite song or album and let yourself jam out like nobody’s watching!
Laugh: "Laughter is the best medicine." It can instantly put you in a better mood and is our secret antidote to stress and anxiety.
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