We have all gone easy in certain ways on our bodies; the rolls of fat don’t bother us that much, nor do the body hair that has seized the moment of our ignorance to reclaim their natural spaces. Was it easier to do so because no one was watching?
Wondering how to have more of me-time? You could do any of the following.
During confinements, Disney princesses thrived amidst the absence of technology and limited resources. The fact that you can still stay in touch with loved ones virtually during a pandemic is no less than magic.
Here are ten self-love challenges to take up under the lockdown, which will help you stay positive and much in love with yourself.
In case you need reasons to dress up even during quarantine and lockdown when you have nowhere to go, here is a list.
When at home for 21 days and cannot go out then we should focus on what we can do at home and engage in self-care practices.
I have realized you are as strong in yoga as your mind is. The epiphany first came on the day I could feel a Khumbak (retention or holding the breath, a state where there is no inhalation or exhalation) and enjoyed it.
Venugopal Acharya, a full-time teacher, monk and a counselor writes on self-love and happiness.
There are many things to love about yourself. Find them, acknowledge them. Look into the mirror the first thing in the morning and tell yourself you are fabulous and lovable.
Self-love is a practice of behaviours and attitude that grows your appreciation for you. Also, it helps us encourage good habits in our life.
“I remember locking myself up in the bathroom, staring to myself in the mirror and I started to sing. As I sang to myself, I thought, ‘hey, I sing really good’,” says musician Hanita Bambri.
Self-love is sometimes a warm cup of Chamomile tea, reading a book with a face mask on while a lemongrass oil burns in a diffuser