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True self-care is very simple. It is not salt baths and chocolate cake and turning your phone off for the day to escape from life. Self-care should not be something we resort to because we are so exhausted.
It is choosing to build a life you don’t need to escape from regularly. It often involves doing the things you least want to do to achieve what you most desire in life.
True self-care is letting yourself be normal. Not having to keep up with a new thing to buy. If you find yourself having to indulge in consumer self-care regularly, it's because you are disconnected from actual self-care.
Real self-care involves making choices for your long-term wellness.
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