Take care of yourself quotes stress the importance of self-care, self-love, and ensuring that you look after yourself. This care isn't selfish but necessary if you expect to have a
true balance in life. It is plain to see that if you are not internally well, you will have difficulty being useful, loving, caring, and truly of benefit to your family and other relationships.
The personal investment in being at the forefront of your own well-being is vitally significant to anyone who wishes to be of any value to anyone else, including themselves.
We hope that all of these quotations will give you a zest to attend to a crucial component of your life.
The truth was, though, the fact that I’d kind of deprioritized self-care was perhaps the very reason why I needed it so badly.
Jennifer Ashton, The Self-Care Solution
... the learning and working environment is sustaining for all when teachers increase their well-being and flourish through self-care practices.
Patrice Palmer, The Teacher Self-Care Manual
To be balanced in life means to be aware of the need for self-care for without which you cannot adequately care for others.
Theodore W. Higgingsworth
Before the tree can yield abundant fruit, its' roots must be nourished; so it is with investing in self-care before your fruit of giving can be sufficiently
Byron R. Pulsifer
Poems of Encouragement
A man too busy to take care of his health is like a mechanic too busy to take care of his tools."
Simply put, self-care means taking care of yourself... it means taking responsibility for your well-being in all the important areas of your life.
Robyn L. Gobin PhD, The Self Care Prescription
The concept of self-care is deceptively simple: making time to take care of yourself for the benefit of your overall mental and physical well-being.
Anna Borges, The More or Less Definitive Guide to Self-Care
Self-care is an act of self-love. It’s a way of telling yourself that YOU matter – that your needs, wants and desires are important enough to be joyously
Ankita S., Self-Care
Quotes To Live By
Self-love can be defined as the act of valuing one’s own happiness and well-being. It is a kind of acceptance, or unconditional support and caring.
Sarah Kucera, The Ayurvedic Self-Care Handbook
Care more than you have to; it matters from one human being to another.
Robert K. Cooper, The Other 90%
Dare To Be
And if I may add, true, unabashed self-care is a lifelong romance with yourself. Self-love = self-care.
Mary Beth Janssen, The Book of Self-Care
Self-care—it’s something all of us need more of but few of us make time for in our busy lives.
Adams Media, The Little Book of Self-Care
Just For Today
Using essential oils gives you the ability to be in control of your health and well-being.
Alicia Atkinson, Essential Oils for Beauty, Wellness, and the Home
We thrive in nature. We feel better, we feel healthier, when we rely on real food, spend plenty of time outdoors, bring the elements of nature into our
daily life ...
Maria Noel Groves, Body into Balance
... all of our relationships with others are affected by our capacity for self-love, self-esteem and self-care. We cannot have healthy, happy
relationships without first cultivating healthy, happy relationships with ourselves.
Shahida Arabi, The Smart Girl's Guide to Self-Care
A Little Loving Is All I Need
Having more energy to spread love and kindness is a wonderful side effect of self-care ...
Gift Potter, Spellwork for Self-Care
Just as water and air are vital to survival, so, too, is the need to love and be loved.
Shainna Ali PhD, The Self-Love Workbook
All I can say is eat well,
And try and take care of yourself.
A little exercise and great company,
Is what aging is all about.
Julie Hebert, Aging Advice
Birthday Poem For Friend
All too frequently, anxiety crushes not only your spirit and your potential, but your ability to take care of your mind and body."
Jonathan Davidson and Henry Dreher
Love shared is not first external but internal.
Rosy Lee Anderson