Self Care

People forget to take care of themselves. Each day we need to something that benefits us. We can't help others, do our jobs, care for our friends and family if we don't give ourselves a little attention. These are my tips
21 Pins18 Followers
Selfcare checklist ~ This could be touchy if you are honest with yourself. While we like to think we are in the right column, too much of the time we spend in the left pleasing others with a bit of martyrdom because we like the payoff. How much external versus internal validation do you expect DAILY? Which is more important to you? Why?

Image of a self-care checklist, divided into 2 columns. Column on the left details activities that are harmful or negative, and the right column outlines positive, self-care activities one can undertake to be healthy.

Currently reading a book about the Appalachian Trail and it really makes me want to hike! Although I'll admit, I am probably the world's worst hiker.

Hiking to Health: The Benefits of Walking

This is our motto in Northwestern Montana, where the summers are short! Hiking to Health: The Benefits of Walking

Compassion Fatigue Infographics | Articles | Lift Caregiving

This was my thesis topic--compassion fatigue! cause we really can care too much at the expense of ourselves!

Self-Care Wheel. Do you care for yourself in all 6 areas of your life? (You didn't know there were 6 important areas to take care of, did you?) This helpful wheel labels each one and describes how to care for yourself from each domain. Live a balanced and healthy life!

Self-Care Wheel. Do you care for yourself in all 6 areas of your life? This helpful wheel labels each one and describes how to care for yourself from each domain. Live a balanced and healthy life!

Running Matters #55: Before I began running, the idea that I'd ever go a mile seemed impossible. And of course it was, until I ran a mile.

Running Matters Before I began running, the idea that I'd ever go a mile seemed impossible. And of course it was, until I ran a mile.

This is a great tool to take a snapshot of a person’s life at a point in time. It keeps challenges in perspective and assists a person to identify their strengths. For social work students and social work practitioners, this is a great intervention to acknowledge the good in you and to reassess your own growth, value, and mindset at this present moment.

This is a great tool to take a snapshot of a person’s life at a point in time. It keeps challenges in perspective and assists a person to identify their strengths. For social work students and social work practitioners, this is a great intervention to ack


More ideas
Pinterest
Search