The Simplicity of Self-Care: An Interview

Do you ever get the feeling that something as seemingly simple as taking good care of yourself has become overly complicated and hard to attain?

The truth is, it doesn’t have to be. Over and over again I learn the lesson that life might be busy, at times overwhelming and stressful, but ultimately how you choose to spend your time is really up to you. And life is only as complicated as you allow it to be, or perceive it to be in your mind.

If you want to learn how to unravel some of the complexity, and discover simple ways of injecting self-care into your daily life, I invite you to listen to THIS INTERVIEW I had the pleasure of being invited to by the amazing folks at Plant Trainers.

Some of the topics we cover include…

  • My Journey
  • What is self-care?
  • Mental benefits
  • Physical benefits
  • Productivity benefits
  • Financial benefits
  • Relationship benefits
  • What about guilt?
  • Having too much to do
  • Avoiding Burnout
  • Where to Start today

Check it out right here:

How do you infuse your days with self-care? Or, what challenges do you face in doing so?

Comment below and let me know your thoughts. I always love hearing from you!

Love, Sasha

P.S. As I mention in the interview, The Sacred Art of Self-Care Program is starting soon (January 23!) If you’re feeling curious or compelled, go ahead and book a free Discover Session with me by clicking HERE. I have spots available this week to chat with you!



Published by Sasha Marie Stone

Happiness Engineer at Automattic, work-from-home wellness expert, life coach, and dog mom.

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