As a certified fitness professional and registered yoga teacher, taking care of my body is something I prioritize—and this includes my skincare.
As the first month closes on the new year, it’s important to assess not only your resolutions but also your mindset toward achieving them. The progress you make toward your goals is a direct result of your mindset.
Working moms need to take time for self-care. Whether jogging, reading or just sleeping, be sure to make time for your own mental health and physical health.
HealthyWomen supports National Flex Day because research finds that employees who can set their own schedule or choose whether to work from home on some days report better self-care behaviors.
Burnout occurs in the workplace—and in everyday life. The complex and stressful issues of life can leave you depleted and anxious, which is why self-care matters.
As you get your kids ready to go back to school, make a pledge to yourself to take care of your own health with good self care.