You know that feeling when you’re driving down the street and realize: all your bills are paid, your nails are done, your kids are happy, the house is clean, you’re rockin’ it at work, and while everything may not be perfect, you’re happy?
Do you wake up to that feeling now?
Or is that feeling a distant memory?
If you fantasize about being in that place (again), then keep reading.
I’ve been where you are — that dark place, that sunken place, where it seemed like no light would ever return.
I was stuck in bed, yet simultaneously spiraling out of control. Every heartbreak imaginable happened to me over the course of 1 month and I was ready to end it all.
But I have a daughter to live for, and it was her sole existence that was preserving mine.
So I put on my Big Girl Panties and did what I do best: I started organizing. Any and everything, just to keep me busy and out of bed.
As a result, I realized three things:
Self-care is more than Netflix, wine, and mud masks.
Getting organized is the key to Self-Care.
Self-Care is the key to happiness.
This year, I’ve decided to put everything I learned into a simple #SelfCareFramework that you can use right now to create and organize your own Self-Care Practice.