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5 Tips to Prioritizing Self Care

5 Tips to Prioritizing Self Care

In today’s world, adults are busier than ever, and burnout is no longer just a term, it’s a medically diagnosable condition. It’s safe to assume this could be the reason more people are embracing self-care. Personal TLC can be just the thing to balance a hectic lifestyle. Here are five ideas for relaxing, recharging and ensuring self-care is part of your schedule.

Put yourself first

No matter what your go-to activity is for stress relief and recharging, make time for it and don’t feel guilty about it. Reflecting on your personal needs and taking care of yourself is crucial. Here’s the thing: you’ll never have time for self-care if you don’t make the time. This means making it a priority. Put self-care practices on your calendar just as you would any other important appointments.

Make time for hobbies

One of the best forms of self-care is taking up an enjoyable activity. Your hobby might enrich your mind or simply entertain you. No matter what fires your passion, leaning into a hobby is an excellent way to nurture yourself.

Spend time with friends

Just hanging out with friends counts as self-care. Easy, right? Social connections help us feel grounded and refreshed.

Be kind to your skin

Establishing a skincare routine can be gratifying and doesn’t have to take more than a few minutes of your day. Or you can indulge in a little me-time by splurging on a facial at that drool-worthy spa down the street. Whether you take five minutes or 30, you are doing something great for yourself and your skin. 


While yoga is often associated with self-care, all types of exercise count. Running, hiking, cycling, and even HIIT (high-intensity interval training) are all forms of personal wellness to nurture your mind and body.

Not everyone thinks of working out as self-care. But devoting time to your physical health boosts your mental and emotional wellness. The MYXfitness home studio offers a wide range of workouts suitable for all fitness levels and activity preferences.

Whether you choose to spend a lazy day as your me-time or prefer an exercise session, make 2020 the year you prioritize yourself with regular self-care.

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