self care

For a healthy mind, body, and soul.

  • Yvonne Glasgow
    Published 7 days ago
    My Pandemic Beauty Routine

    My Pandemic Beauty Routine

    I've learned that while being stuck at home and kept away from the hustle and bustle of life, self-care doesn't stop just because the world does. Plus, we need it even more right now.
  • Abby Verigin
    Published 10 days ago
    6 Self Care Ideas

    6 Self Care Ideas

    Self care is beautiful. Today, we are lucky to be living in a world where self care can be prioritized in most cases. It is unfortunate how health and wellbeing do not always come first for everyone. Recently, society is doing a great job at normalizing putting ourselves first. Let's keep this going.
  • Mary Poppins Purse
    Published 11 days ago
    The Ultimate Guide to Self-Care Activities at Home

    The Ultimate Guide to Self-Care Activities at Home

    When most people think of self-care, they imagine granting themselves a visit at the local spa, beauty parlor, or a generous shopping spree at the mall. Unfortunately, most of us will probably spend the following weeks stuck at home. But there is some good news. Engaging in self-care activities at home opens a world of possibilities.
  • Pradip
    Published 19 days ago
    Coronavirus Disease - How To Protect Yourself And Others

    Coronavirus Disease - How To Protect Yourself And Others

    Covid-19 is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. The virus, that started in Wuhan province in China in December 2019, grew to pandemic proportions by March 2020. More than 200 countries are impacted due to the virus. A large number of countries including, the US, the UK, Switzerland, Italy, and Spain are severely affected. As of April 30, 2020, more than 30 lakh people worldwide are infected and more than 2 lakh people across the world have succumbed to Covid-19. Most countries across the world are observing a lock-down situation and the global economy has come to a standstill.
  • Catherine Melanin
    Published about a month ago
    15 Self Care Ideas for Coronavirus Quarantine
  • Antonio Rowe
    Published 2 months ago
    Now Is The Time For Your Body's Rebirth

    Now Is The Time For Your Body's Rebirth

    Given the current happenings, many of us are being pushed to reflect, re-evaluate and change. This time indoors will be triggering coping mechanisms around our consumption of food, and how we have used food to numb, suppress or cover-up a deeper, more emotional and metaphysical need.
  • Hannah B
    Published 2 months ago
    Beauty in a small town

    Beauty in a small town

    Spa: a place one is encouraged to visit in order to pamper and take care of one's self. A tranquil place of relaxation, luxury, wellness, and beauty. Or, as some in our town would like to call it.... "fancy!" Until 10 years ago, I don't think many people in our town of 7,000 would have ever thought such a "fancy" place could survive in our blue collar farming community. Yet, here we are: Altitude Spa is beloved by men and women of all ages in not just our community, but in our province, our country, and now, in a little part of Uganda.
  • Angie Craig
    Published 2 months ago
    Coronavirus lockdown guide

    Coronavirus lockdown guide

    This morning 24th March 2020, Britain has woken up on an almost lockdown state, people ordered to not to leave their homes unless it’s absolutely necessary and has finally given police powers to break up gatherings in beaches, parks and in towns. The frightening part is the unknown, no one has ever gone through this before and people are scared, not so much of the virus itself, but of the unknown road that comes with it. This is a road that hasn’t been taken before, there’s no mile’s stones or signs posts telling anyone which way to go. It’s going to take a wee bit of time to Adjust to a new way of life and it is going to be hard, but not only can we adjust to this and survive, we can thrive as well.
  • Benny Njuguna
    Published 2 months ago
    Can Pets Infect Humans With 2019 Novel Coronavirus?

    Can Pets Infect Humans With 2019 Novel Coronavirus?

    As fear mounts in the hearts of people due to the high frequency spread of 2019 coronavirus disease, people are increasingly asking questions related to the disease. Such questions include: what is the mortality rate of the coronavirus disease? Is there a vaccine or cure for the disease? Are there actions a person can undertake to avoid getting the disease? Can companion animals, pets or livestock infect humans with coronavirus disease 2019?
  • Stephanie Mountford
    Published 2 months ago
    MANAGING ANXIETY IN UNCERTAIN TIMES

    MANAGING ANXIETY IN UNCERTAIN TIMES

    In times like these, those of us who struggle with anxiety are finding things even more difficult than usual.
  • Iria Vasquez-Paez
    Published 3 months ago
    Working Together

    Working Together

    The media hype surrounding the coronavirus is astounding, not to mention awfully demoralizing to watch. They do it for the ratings, the readers, as well as the information that could be put out. Yes, there could be a coronavirus vaccine soon but that is mostly reliant on other countries working together. If nothing else, it seems that a hot climate helps stomp the virus out. If more countries got together to share resources, and not blame China for every last little thing, then something good may come out of this coronavirus mess since working together is one way to come up with a vaccine faster.
  • The Soul Whisperer
    Published 3 months ago
    Adding some BLC (Body Loving Care) into my life

    Adding some BLC (Body Loving Care) into my life

    Growing up I was always told by my dad to “lose weight” “eat more fruit” “be more like so and so”... I came to terms with the fact that I would never be good enough, whatever that meant. I was far from confident and most definitely ate food for comfort. I absolutely hated my image and pictures were a painful reminder for me every time. My brother who I had been living with throughout my childhood also had joined the team and constantly made fun of my weight. There clearly wasn’t anything more amusing than to make me miserable.