My feet are often ignored. They can crack and bleed in the winter months. If my feet are in good shape, I know I am doing a good and thorough job of self care.
Perhaps you have a part of your body that is the last to receive attention. Your cuticles? Your teeth? Your skin? Your diet?
Whatever it is, when we are grieving - many of these parts of ourselves become neglected.
Here are a few prompts:
Drink more water than you think you need to today.Men and women both might find a moisturizing mask helpful in the winter months:
Stay away from lotions that contain alcohol. Even though they might smell great! They can foster increased dryness.
Self-administer regular stimulation to your skin with self-massage and generous quantities of oil and moisturizing lotion.
Mask for Dry SkinToday's Suggested Intention: To look myself over to see if I am neglecting parts of my body and it's well-being and to consider what I can do to care for this part.
1 teaspoon of honey,
1/2 teaspoon of olive oil
Mix the ingredients thoroughly and use as a mask.
Today's Suggested Action: To make a mask and take 10 minutes to get some relief to my skin.