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30 Day Self-Care Challenge

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By the end of the day I’m often times maxed out between all the hats I wear and to do lists in my head: Mom, wife, work, cleaning, what’s for dinner, packing lunches, did the dog eat? The list can go on and on and on. Sometimes it can be tough to think how you would squeeze “me time” or self care into your day. I’m guilty of it. I’m also guilty of feeling guilty to use self care.

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March’s Mom-Care challenge is focused on YOU, because you DESERVE it. Here is a list of ideas each day of the month to try incorporating into your lives. It might be a grand idea that you can only afford (time and money wise) once a year. It might be a new strategy that you can actually do every day. With new routine comes practice. The more you practice it, the more natural it will become. Follow me on instagram for daily inspiration the month of March and reminders to put YOU first once and a while.

Breathe. Relax. Be a better you.

Take a deep breath and dive in. Please share your favorite ideas below in the comments section, I love learning what everyone else does for self care. To learn more about the Oxford Momma Subscription Box check out their website or my review to receive a coupon code.

30 day self care challenge

17 thoughts on “30 Day Self-Care Challenge

  1. These are great ideas! I would love to say that I will try all 30, but I already know that won’t happen! I am going to try as many as I can though!!!!

  2. This is an awesome way to keep on top of self-care! As a postpartum depression survivor, self-care is so important for treatment and to avoid relapses. In fact, I’ve linked to this post from my own blog because I think it’s a great resource for other mothers dealing with PPD and other maternal mental health issues. You can find it in the post “How to Avoid a Postpartum Depression Relapse.” Thank you so much for creating this challenge!

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