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Social Self Care

Most people are familiar with the saying, "If momma ain't happy, ain't nobody happy." The sentiment rings true in most households--when the head of the household is feeling good, everyone in the family tends to feel good.

What most people don't realize is that this holds true for themselves as well. When you take care of yourself physically, it creates a ripple effect that benefits not only you but also those around you.

So how can you achieve physical self-care? It's actually easier than you might think. Just follow these simple tips and you'll be on your way to feeling better in no time! Humans are social beings, which means we need regular connections with others to thrive (yes, even introverts!).

That’s why prioritizing social self-care—or activities that nurture our relationships with others—is critical.

It can be hard to stay connected with friends and family when we're all working remotely.

A lot has changed in the last few years. With schools and offices going remote, it's more important than ever to make time for social interaction.

This has become especially pronounced over the last couple of years, as more schools and offices are going remote.

Living alone can be a great experience, but it also comes with unique challenges. When you don't have someone there to help shoulder the load, it can be tough to remember to take care of yourself.

It is also important to just be with people sometimes. It can be hard to find the time to socialize. Between work, family obligations, and our own personal goals, it seems like there are never enough hours in the day.

Socializing is important for our mental and emotional health, but it can be hard to find the time for it. We all know that we should make more time for friends and loved ones, but it's tough to fit socialization into an already busy schedule.