The word SELFISH can be misleading. The definition according to dictonary.com is “devoted to or caring only for oneself; concerned primarily with one’s own interests, benefits, welfare, etc., regardless of others.” Can selfish also mean “self-care?”
Most of us were probably taught by our parents to not be so selfish.
To think of others before we think of ourselves. While being kind and giving and helpful are all wonderful things to be, there comes a time when we must think only of ourselves. Self-care is so incredibly important to living a balanced life and having some sort of alignment with the world. How can we be any good for anyone else if we can’t take care of ourselves? As Eleanor Brown said, “rest and self-care are so important. When you take time to replenish your spirit, it allows you to serve others from the overflow. You cannot serve from an empty vessel.”
This book features 30 days of little self-care actions you can do for yourself every single day.
Some are very simple and others require a little more work. All are guaranteed to make you feel just a little more spoiled.
Some movie reviews and blog posts will let you know about “Spoiler Alerts” – when you need to be aware that a special plot point or secret is coming up. “Spoil’Her Alerts” will alert you about taking time and energy that’s just for you. And that’s a pretty good thing.
This book also features some planner and checklist pages to keep you on track! Enjoy!