It’s the first I Thrive Self-Care Meetup of the new year. What better way to kick it off than learning more about the six pillars of self-care? In this meetup we will:
- Breakdown the six pillars of self-care: psychological, physical, emotional, personal, professional, and spiritual
- Have open, honest dialogue about the six pillars and how they contribute to a healthier, balanced well-being
- Identify the areas you feel need more attention and why
- Create a simple self-care plan that works for you
- Map out time – Yes, find time in your schedule to work the plan!
Listen, you may have already identified the areas that need more of your attention but what’s stopping your progress is the belief and phrase, “I just don’t have the time.” So, we’ll also focus on eliminating overwhelm in your plan by making your schedule work for you – one day at a time, one step at a time. In other words, as Brandon Stanton, creator of Humans of New York says: “Take what is expansive and turn it into something more granular.”
Please join us February 24, 1-4pm, for Good for the Soul. Get your ticket, spread the word, and of course, bring a friend. Only 20 spots available for this meetup, so get your ticket now!
What you’ll need to bring + other things to know:
Bring a journal. (All other materials/resources will be provided).
Dress is casual/comfortable.
Light refreshments will be served.
There will be a self-care gift giveaway at the end of the meetup. A lucky participant will be the winner of a special gift that supports this topic and her journey to be self-love in action.
About I Thrive Self-Care Meetups
I Thrive is an affirmation, a commitment to apply practical self-care regimens that motivate women to make themselves a priority.
I Thrive is sisterhood, a chance to hold space for one another as we let go of what no longer serves us and to make room for new experiences and clearer, healthier perspectives.
Meet and bond with other women who are just as committed to self-care breakthroughs and transformations.
Receive encouragement and guidance that help your daily practice.
Know you’re not alone on this path. We’re all figuring this self-love thing out together.
Be in a space that honors vulnerability and also provides preparation for the week ahead.
Dig in and give yourself the love you deserve, the necessary and invaluable me-time that feeds the mind, body and soul.