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Is it selfish to love yourself?
This is a question you may have wrestled with in your mind.
At times, you may feel that it is.
You may take a day off to replenish your energy, only to feel shame and guilt settle in.
Or you may have said no to doing a favor because you’re over-extended, but you tell yourself that you should’ve done it anyway.
When you start associating self-love and caring for yourself with selfishness, it affects how you move through life:
Most of us can’t hop on a plane to the islands when the holiday stress kicks in. But I have good news: you don’t have to. There’s no need to retreat to an external destination. You can find solace within yourself. This Christmas, you can retreat to your inner sanctuary.
To effectively prevent holiday burnout, you must also practice spiritual self-care.
Here are five ways you can do that.
The signs of burnout feel like uninvited guests every holiday season. Instead of joyful anticipation for the holidays, all you feel is exhaustion and anxiety. This holiday season, I want to equip you with self-care practices that will improve your physical, emotional, and mental well-being.
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