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Self Care Solitaire blog featuring self care suggestions, clinical examples, product recommendations and playlists to help readers identify healthy routines and habits they can incorporate into their own lives


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Let's Hygge


You may have already heard of the Danish concept of hygge, (proncounced "Hoo-gah") about which more than 20 books were published just this year. This word, which doesn't have a direct English translation, but essentially refers to a feeling of coziness and content, has become extremely popular recently. 2016 was a rough year for many of us, so it's not hard to see why the pain and struggle of the past 12 months would prompt an increase in desire to focus on caring for ourselves, helping ourselves (and our loved ones) feel comforted. 

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Slow Down/Warm Up


Last week, I provided an example that included winter specific self care for people who may be having a hard time meeting their needs for physical activity due to the season. But for people who have their exercise/physical activity routines in place, there is likely still a need for additional self care ideas related to down time...

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Seasonal Self Care


Many people find that it is easier to take care of themselves during the warm summer months than during the harsh winters. It can be particularly hard to meet our needs for physical activity during the colder months. In the summer, the weather is beautiful and inviting, and there are so many options for activities to do outside. It doesn't feel that way in winter. But for many of us, winter probably holds more opportunities for physical self care than we give it credit for...

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