I’m Allison’s friend, Jaena Moynihan. I was so excited when she invited me to join you on her site to share a few of my inspirational nuggets with her community! We’ve known each other for years and there’s a lot of love between us, so what better time to start than February, the month of Love itself?! <3
I’ve had the pleasure of serving a variety of clients over the years in my work as a psychic medium, intuitive coach, reiki healer and tarot card reader.
I frequently get asked questions about love and relationships and at least part of the answer to many relationship concerns revolves around taking a stand for yourself through increasing self-care.
Sometimes “life happens” and we lose our way, finding ourselves thrown completely off-center and desperately needing to ground, focus and address our core-level needs more.
In this little video, I’ll share with you the five main things I focus on to get re-centered and start slaying my self-care game again. Here’s the rundown:
1. Make “me time” non-negotiable.
When something feels truly non-negotiable in your mind, you’ll prioritize it. You’ll get very resourceful and find creative ways to make it happen. If you don’t fill your own cup up first, you won’t be able to give your best to others so ample doses of “me time” need to be on the non-negotiable list.
2. Say more nice things to yourself.
You’re good enough. You’re smart enough. And doggone it, people like you! LOL
Seriously, poor self-talk is damaging on so many levels so if you’re feeling low, start by lightening up on yourself and being more generous with the kudos for small wins.
3. Eat more healthy stuff.
You don’t have to go to extremes; just put in more of the stuff you know is healthy and you’ll naturally want less of the stuff that isn’t.
4. Move your body more days than not.
I consider this “me time” and for me, it just means doing at least 30 minutes of stuff that makes me break a sweat at least 4 days a week. That could be different for you but if for some reason you fall short of any of your goals, remember step 5…
5.Forgive yourself, quickly.
You’re going to slip and fall off track at times and the sooner you can say, “I love you; I’m sorry; Please forgive me.” (based on H’oponopono) to yourself, the easier it’ll be to get back on your self-care game.
I hope you enjoyed this! I’d love for you to connect with me on Facebook and comment on how you like to slay your self-care. If you’d like to dive deeper with more divine love lessons, join my free #DivineLove Challenge!