Note that there’s a difference between being centered on self and being self-centered.
In all our busy-ness, we sometimes let ourselves fall by the wayside, trying to please a, b, c to z in our lives as well as meet up with so many expected goals.
It’s absolutely important that you take care of your physical, emotional and mental well-being which will equally ensure a balanced, happier person.
When you are ragged and run into the ground, your optimum ability to achieve may not only drop, but you become miserable and possibly grouchy towards others.
As you extend kindness to others, be kind to yourself as well.
Be kind to your body. Keep active.
Cut down the meaningless and mindless entertainment and use that as a me-time to rebalance.
There are many little ways that we can take care of ourselves. In another post, I’ll share my own personal weekly routine.
It’s not perfect and a continuous work-in-progress but it’s been useful and anyone can tweak theirs according to their individual circumstances.
The important thing is to recognise that there’s constant need to take out moments in time to rebalance.
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A deep sense of satisfaction
of peace, I sense within
as the Sun peeks to say hello
I am happy to embrace me.