The treatment of orphans has come a long way in the last hundred years. But it still has a long way to go to fully meet the needs of orphans and children in crisis. This book highlights how children in London were treated in the 1900s. #amreading #orphans #bookreveiw
Creativity isn’t just for creative people. In fact, if you think of yourself as more academic, let me assure you that you, too, have a creative side. You should learn how to nurture your creativity in order to practice healthy self-care. #SelfCareSunday #creativity #selfcare
There’s nothing worse than hearing the dread phrase, “I’m so bored!” If you let it, it nibbles at your peace like a piranha. Intellectual self-care for you means teaching your kids how to handle boredom.
On today’s Book Talk Tuesday discussion, one reader shares what she learned from Michelle Obama’s warm, intimate memoir, BECOMING. #amreading #becoming #booktalktuesdays
Who would have thought that the diary of a Jewish girl would start me on a journey that taught me how to start journaling for mental health? You can learn how to start journaling and improve your mental health today! #SelfCareSunday #mentalhealth #journaling
In order to take care of yourself spiritually during a mental health crisis, you’ll need to come to terms with the fact that most of us experience some sort of mental health crisis at some point in our lives. #SelfCareSunday #mentalillness #mentalhealthmonth
Whether you suffer from low energy, have bipolar disorder, struggle with depression, or just feel out of sorts, the key to improving your mental health starts with a good physical self-care routine.
Looking for a definition of self-care? Wondering whether you need to practice self-care? I’ll answer both of those questions! Plus, download a FREE self-care checklist. #selfcare #mentalhealth #Proverbs31woman #stress #anxiety #depression #wholeness #4Mind4Body