30 One-Sentence Ways For Millennials To Practice Self-Care

@kayschris

1. Block negative people off all of your social media accounts.

2. Don’t text that fuckboy/fuckgirl back. Just hit delete.

3. Quit social media for at least one day.

4. Take yourself on a date every once in a while.

5. Be kind to a complete stranger.

6. Take a mental health day off work.

7. Stop overthinking and simply breathe.

8. Buy yourself something cute and wear it for yourself not anyone else.

7. Go to bed at 7pm and sleep for a good ten hours.

9. Be honest and tell someone how you really feel.

8. Learn to be present and enjoy the moment.

10. Travel far and explore new surroundings.

11. Be sure of who you are and grateful for where you are in life.

12. Forgive the person who has done you wrong.

13. Do something small each day to get one step closer to your goals.

14. Read a good book.

15. Listen to music that shuts out the noise of the world.

16. Sing as loud as you can in the shower.

17. You will feel so good after doing number 16.

18. Say no if you don’t want to go the bar for drinks.

19. Spend some time alone and get comfortable with it.

20. Delete your emails.

21. Get rid of all the belongings you no longer use.

22. Get a full medical health check.

23. Let go of the stress of life and self-doubt.

24. Spend time with your loved ones.

25. Stop comparing yourself to others.

26. Detox from Netflix even for just one day.

27. Smile more and laugh until you are crying and can’t breathe.

28. Be your own biggest fan.

29. Be honest with yourself and don’t follow the crowd.

30. Learn to love your imperfections. They are a part of you and make you who you are. TC mark

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