ALONE TIME. Let her be. Truly be alone. Block out as long as she wants to just be by herself, and not alone to grocery shop. But alone to take a hot bath, extra time for self care, a walk with a good audio book or just a nap.
FLORAL LOVE: Deck out her front door, porch or back deck. When you swing by to drop off her card or gift take some extra time to hang a pretty seasonal wreath or add potted floral to her doorstep.
TAKE A CLASS TOGETHER: Take an online cooking class. We’re quickly realizing we can do a lot more things online then we ever knew -or tried. This year why not take a virtual cooking class together. The whole family can get involved…
I know, I know. The last thing you want to do when there is an airborne virus floating around is take a deep breath. But I’m here to tell ya- if there was ever a time to practice our best self-care skills and mental health practices – this is it.
Inspired by #TeamLuxeProductions and their self-care tips, here are some solid suggestions for you to try this weekend.
Unless you’re like me and live alone with entirely too many dogs, odds are you and your family have been spending more time together than normal…
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