You’ve done the inner work to love who you are, and you’re ready to build self-care routines
You feel good on the inside about who you are, but you’re feeling disconnected from your physical self. You may be struggling to feel worthy of being taken care of, so you’re unmotivated to actually show up and practice the self-care you know you need. The result? Self-care becomes just one more thing you feel like you’re not achieving.
Here’s the good news: Instead of self-care being something you have to do or a tool you use to fix yourself, it can be a way to show yourself love and kindness. You can stop trying to follow all the self-care advice out there and start creating self-care routines that light you up and make you feel empowered. In this phase, you’re letting go of the idea of self-care as an expectation, and instead making it about celebration.
OWN YOUR CONFIDENCE
I'm Ellie Curry
Let me introduce myself ... I am the confidence coach and founder of Own Your You. I believe confidence is created from the inside out. When you are able to accept who you are, you are able to become your most confident self.
Welcome to our community! I am excited you are here!
Here are some tips to get you started:
- Designing self-care routines that authentically fit who you are is the focus of this stage. Take time to think about the activities that genuinely interest you and see where you could start practicing them in your schedule.
- Grab a notebook and brainstorm all the self-care activities you think you “should” be doing – and then ask yourself if you truly want to be doing these activities.
- To take this work further, use discount code SELFCARE for 20% off the Own Your Self Care Workbook.