Taking Care of Yourself Isn’t Selfish.
The glue that holds your family together
The accomplished executive at the office
The PTA star who can’t say no to all of the committees
The task juggler who never drops the ball
… you also tend to come last on your list.
The last one to eat dinner. The last one to relax. The last one to head to bed.
While you’ve been happy to give so much to the ones you love and devote yourself to your career, there’s no denying your vitality is taking a hit.
There’s a heavy, unyielding exhaustion that can’t be offset with even the strongest red eye from Starbucks.
There’s tension knotted tightly in your shoulders, neck, and back that even your massage therapist seems concerned about.
And there’s an underlying anxiety that sits in your cells that can’t be calmed by even the best night’s rest.
As your head hits the pillow at the end of the day, feeling the fatigue wash over you, there’s usually a moment where truth taps you on the shoulder …