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"If you don't have that self-love inside, how can you radiate it to everybody else? You'll always feel empty."
Living in these uncertain times has pushed everyone beyond emotional, physical, and mental limits. With everything going on around us, taking steps for self-care is one of the biggest luxuries we can have. That's why if you can take some time to
You've got to try this!
In my line of work, I spend several hours online. When I'm not on my laptop, chances are you'll see me scrolling through my phone. Not gonna lie, my screen time can get pretty intense. In fact, as I'm typing this, I
Overcome the stress and anxiety that's creeping in this Christmas.
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Don't underestimate it.
The missing links of self-care are less elusive than you think. During this remarkable point in history, people worldwide have collectively turned their attention to home routines, making this the perfect opportunity to zero in on the basic building blocks of your
Light some candles, put on a sheet mask, and let your worries melt away.
Got a bad case of cabin fever? The restlessness and claustrophobia caused by spending days on end stuck in the same place can be difficult to overcome, especially when changing scenery isn’t an option. Instead, we suggest trying to make your household
You can do more than just turning off your phone!
For most of us, checking the news for updates about the pandemic has practically become routine. It feels like our responsibility to keep up with everything that's happening—and while it is, there's also no denying that all the news and current events
Focus on self-care.
Congratulations on surviving the first week and a half of quarantine!Needless to say, it's been a season of adjustment for everybody. On March 24, the 2020 Tokyo Olympics were officially postponed, and the last time it yielded to postponement was during the Second
Take proper breaks, and don't blur the line between your personal and professional spaces.
When working from home, the fine line between personal and professional time tends to be blurred. This is why taking extra steps to care for yourself is crucial. Here are a couple of simple healthy habits you can start practicing if you're working remotely
Here's why you need to attend this year's She Talks Asia!
After their successful Body Love conference in 2018, She Talks Asia is back to celebrate women's month with empowering conversations. In line with this year's theme, We Are Enough, the organization—which was co-founded by Iza Calzado and Bianca Gonzales—has invited notable men
A list of self-care activities that’s not just skin care or going to the spa.
In an August 2018 feature, The New York Times compiled different accounts of their employees as to what “self-care” means to them in a series of lists and diagrams. These different acts of self-love go beyond your usual nightly masking routine or
No more sleeping with makeup on.
Shopping for products is not just the first phase of the skincare cycle—it's also the easiest. The difficult part is to get yourself to actually use it and use it often, on top of everything else you already own. In fact, you
Is it worth trying?
I know of jade and rose quartz rollers and their possible glowing benefits, so I got curious when I encountered an ice roller. According to my research, this nifty gadget could possibly improve my complexion. Naturally, I just had to try it
It’s okay to indulge in a little escapism sometimes.
We’ve all entertained the idea of getting away from it all and starting over, particularly when the days seem to drag endlessly on and everything gets to be a bit too much. It’s a tempting notion, sure, but never one to take