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July 24 is International Self-Care Day and it’s an opportunity to pause and reflect on our own self-care practices and general well-being.
As we continue to adjust to the changes brought on by the pandemic, self-care can easily slip to the bottom of the priority list. Over the past few months, many of us have faced challenges including balancing childcare with work, pivoting business strategies and financial worries. In stressful times, it’s more important than ever to practice self-care.
When you notice your self-care slipping, there are simple things you can do to nurture your well-being.
Three self-care activities that increase your well-being:
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Self-care takes many forms and is any activity you do intentionally to take care of your mental, emotional and physical health. The benefits of investing in self-care are plentiful and include improved productivity and self-esteem, reduced stress, better physical and mental health and more generosity and compassion.
Here are some simple self-care practices you can incorporate into your life:
Whole-grain tortillas and hummus give this comfort food a healthy twist. The whole-grain tortillas add beneficial fibre and the red pepper hummus is heart healthy and rich in plant-based protein.
Yield: 4 pizzas