I am continuously talking about self-care and encouraging it in my students. I often get a great jump start on a good self-care plan, but it often falls by the road-side once the demands of family and work kick in. Tuning in to my unique self may be the key for a better self-care plan.
Welcome to Self-Care Month! We’re proud to present our readers with our first Saturday guest blogger, Sherry Duson, MA. Sherry holds Professional Counselor and Marriage and Family Therapist licenses in Texas and she’s also a State of Texas board-certified clinical Supervisor for both licenses. She’s about to expand her practice to include The Center for Postpartum Family Health. You can read more about Sherry at SherryDuson.com or on Facebook.
Do you ever find yourself running through your day at a pace that leaves you exhausted? Are you frantically trying to cram in more errands or mark one more item off of your to-do list, only to find it leaves you depleted and spent? For most women, our relationship with “time” is a complicated one. This leads me to an item of self-care which I believe is not discussed often enough, which is our conscious use of TIME…
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