21 Ways to Practice Self Care

21 Simple Ideas for Self Care

In my post about the Power Hour Method I talked about why daily self-care is so important, and how you can incorporate it into your busy life.  Here are 21 additional, simple ways that you can practice self-care right now!

As busy women we so often forget to take care of ourselves.  We are so busy taking care of everyone else that we often forget about our own mental and emotional well-being.  Even a small amount of daily self care will lead to a happier, healthier, calmer you.  When you take care of yourself you’ll be a better wife, mother, daughter, employee, and anything else you aspire to be!  Read more

14 Day Body, Mind, and Soul Challenge

Free 14 Day Body, Mind, and Soul Challenge for a stronger, happier, healthier you. More balance, self care, and self love in 2017.

My free 14 day body, mind, and soul challenge is finally finished!  This challenge is intended to jump start your health and fitness goals, and increase your mindfulness and self love.  If one of your goals for the new year was to find more balance and contentment in the every day, this challenge is for you.

I’ve put together quick, but effective, 20 minute workouts that require no equipment.  The challenge also includes daily mind and soul exercises that take only 5-20 minutes to complete.  The mind and soul challenges are intended to help you build a self care routine that will nourish your mind and soul. Read more

How to Have a Better Day with the Power Hour Method

How to have a better, more mindful day using the power hour method, and how to fit it into your busy schedule. lemonadeandlunges.com

Whether you are busy raising kids, working full time (or both), you can and should make time to take care of yourself each day.  It’s amazing what a little time spent nourishing yourself can do for your spirits.  I have been a better wife and mother, and a happier person since I started taking a little time for myself each day.  It’s not always easy to make that happen, so that’s where the power hour method comes in.    Read more