Physical self-care is defined as the movement of the body, health, nutrition, sleep and resting needs. Examples: Exercise, take a bath, work in the garden, get enough sleep (7-9 hours per night), eat nutrient-dense foods
Psychological self-care incorporates learning new things, and practicing mindfulness and creativity. Examples: Practice mindfulness, reading a book, learning a new skill, work on a craft, do a digital detox
When someone practices social self-care they have a supportive group and network of relationships around them that they can trust and rely on. Examples: Honoring commitments to other people, asking for help when you need it,
Having an organized, well-maintained, and clutter-free work, business, and home environment, having clean clothes and a clean and well-maintained mode of transport.
Financial self-care means being responsible with your finances and having a conscious relationship with money.