Looking after our physical, emotional, and mental wellbeing with self-care is crucial.

Practising self-care isn’t just about slapping on a face mask or sitting in a bubble bath – it’s much, much more than that.

On this blog, you’ll find plenty of REAL self-care ideas, as well as tips for self-care in general.

What does self-care mean?

Self-care means putting your mental, physical and emotion needs first in order to keep your mental health and mindset healthy.

There are always going to be bad days. Days where you need to focus put self-care above all else and take a rest. But ultimately self-care is there to look after you.

Self-care is usually broken down into different types to make it clearer and less overwhelming.

The different types of self-care are usually recognised as: emotional, mental, practical, social, physical, financial, and spiritual.

By practising self-care in all these areas, you’re able to keep your mental health in a much more positive, manageable state.

Sometimes, life gets a bit overwhelming and we neglect our own needs. This is why having self-care days is important. Here are five signs you need one yourself.

15 Self-Care Sunday Ideas

How does taking at least one day a week TOTALLY dedicated to self-care sound?

What are some examples of self-care?

Self-care ideas for Autumn and beyond.

Starting your day on a positive note by practising self-care is amazing for your mental health and mindset.

Learning how to make time for self-care and fit it into your life is half the battle. Here’s how.

How to Make Time for Self-Care

Self-care so often gets put on the backburner because we ‘don’t have the time’ – let’s stop that.