What is your Sacred Focus?)
2. Personal wellbeing.
I’ll be going inward with myself, attending to my health, my wellbeing, my body, and my mind. More time for movement and nourishment and naps and massage.
And perhaps a new hair-do. 😉 (Do people still say hair-do?) (See also:
Real Self-Care: intuitive movement) 3. My home.
Using the metaphor from
Sacred Focus, my home and family are one of my big rocks. I’ll be devoting some time to getting my space in order. I’m looking forward to getting some quality time with my sweetie, the cats, my community.
Deep cleaning is in order. So is stretching my creativity with some new recipes and homemade goodness. It feels like time to do some nesting and some shedding of what doesn’t serve any longer. (See also:
Real Self-Care: food from scratch) 4. Being outside.
This is where I tend to my spirit. I’m looking forward to unplugging and untethering. It’s time to re-wild myself a bit. To play in the dirt and dance in the sunshine and bask in the moonlight and dip my toes in the rivers.
I am so deeply in love with this world, and it’s time for me to explore and to notice. It’s time for listening to the birds sing and the trees rustle in the breeze. (See also:
Real Self-Care: nature) What to expect and where to find me:
I’ll be dipping out of the blog for the month of July. Regular Monday posts and Friday Circle Roundups will resume in August. In the meantime, you can browse through the
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As soon as I decided that I wanted to embark on this retreat, I knew that this would be something that could serve others too. If you’re thinking of creating your own self-retreat, you could simply design it yourself.
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This is the exact process that I used to decide to take my retreat and to design it from the ground up. It’s not just about stepping away, but being deeply intentional about what I want to get out of that time with myself. Plus, I’m using the checklist to assemble everything I need to make my self-care retreat deliciously lovely.
Whether you’re looking to dive in deep on a project, or just take a little bit of technology-free time for self-reflection, this guide will help you make it happen.
Whether you’re taking a self-care retreat now or in the future, I wish you good nourishment. I look forward to seeing you here again soon.
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