Life can be challenging. Self-care doesn't have to be.

Even when we know what mindfulness, meditation or self-compassion are, which are some forms of self-care, it can be challenging to put them into action. (At least I’ve found them to be!)

I created this site so we can have easy access to the best self-care resources which can help us become the best version of ourselves.

Twice a month you’ll get an e-mail with free self-care resources and practices so you can find the ones that work best for you without the stress of figuring it out on your own.


What is self-care?

Any activity that we do deliberately in order to take care of our mental, emotional, and physical health. Although it’s a simple concept in theory, it’s something we very often overlook. Good self-care is key to improved mood and reduced anxiety. It’s also key to a good relationship with oneself and others. (source)

It’s not something that we force ourselves to do or something we don’t enjoy doing. Self-care is something that refuels us, rather than takes from us.
— Agnes Wainman


- better manage stress and anxiety

- build emotional resiliency

- face life's challenges with ease

- feel balanced and grounded

- increase levels of self-confidence

- experience well-being

- be more fully present

- sharpen your focus and awareness

- better support others in moments of need



Meditation, mindfulness, sleep, quality time with loved ones, therapy or medical care, relaxation activities, physical exercise, nourishing food, self-compassion, living in alignment with core values, taking time to be in the now-just to name a few.




For years I failed taking care of my mind, body, and soul properly.

Until one day, life gave me a blindsided breakup which left me devastated, wondering the darkness of grief and loss in despair. That was my turning point. I took charge of my well-being, piecing together my brokenness and each day I started discovering my self on a brand new level of being.

Anxiety, depression, unworthiness, rejection, insecurities, grief, disordered eating-all these I had to face slowly throughout 2 years, and the road wasn’t pretty nor was it filled with scented bath bombs and pretty yoga mats.

It was a battle.

I was determined to fight for my wellness because I alone was responsible for it. I was in the arena and didn’t know what weapons I needed. I researched, practiced, took courses and diligently applied self-care practices daily.

They are now my new weapons, and I thrive because of them. So can you.

Because being a human is hard, but learning how to self-care doesn’t have to be.






"Self-care is an attitude that says I'm responsible for myself."

-Melodie Beattie

Disclaimer: The information provided is not to be perceived or relied upon as medical or mental health advice. I am not providing health care, medical or nutritional therapy services or attempting to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any physical ailment, or any mental or emotional issue, disease or condition pertaining to any individual. The information is not intended to be a substitute for the professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment that can be provided by your Medical or Mental Health Provider.