Take Time for Yourself this
International Women’s Day
“What if, instead of asking women to work harder on this day, we took time for ourselves?” that’s the question asked by SheEO. Their #IWD4ME messages are our inspiration for this e-mail.
You can find some great information from them at https://iwd4me.sheeo.world/.
We also wanted to share some other great articles we found. So take some time for yourself and reflect on the articles below. If you need some extra incentive, we will also be giving away one of our Hoodie Projects in your choice of our new colours! But you have to read to the bottom to find out how to enter!
The Revolution of Rest
We all need rest! Whether that means sleeping better or finding some elusive “me time”. Follow this link for 5 articles from WebMD on different aspects of rest.
If you aren’t getting enough rest this is a friendly reminder of how important it is.
Take a moment to think about whether you’re getting enough rest and whether you need to prioritize rest for yourself, reaching out to your support network, or speaking to a medical professional.
Finding Time to be Active
Taking time for yourself can also mean finding time to be active. Our busy lives can make this difficult but we all know that prioritizing activity can pay big dividends in all aspects of our lives.
Everyday Health has a great article on 8 Ways to Stay Active All Day, click here to read!
Looking for a New Hobby?
Taking time to do something you love is a great way to recharge and relax. But we often don’t prioritize taking time to do things we really enjoy.
Happier Human has a great list of 55 Hobbies for Women to Relax and Enjoy Life. Click here to read and discover or rediscover the right hobby for you!
You Made it to The End!
Congratulations on taking some time for yourself! We hope you found some useful information on how to prioritize time for yourself.
Share with us what resource you found most helpful to enter to win one of our Hoodie Projects in our new colours! We are making it super easy to enter. All you have to do is email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “International Women’s Day Contest” (if you click the link above the subject line will automatically be there for you already). Write us one sentence on what resource you found most interesting and you’re automatically entered. Even if it’s a fragmented or run-on sentence, we won’t judge.