The Best Fall Self-Care Tips for When the Weather Cools
Fall is a great time of year to focus on yourself. It’s the few months of happiness before the cold of winter hits. I, for one, think fall is one of the most under-appreciated times of the year.
There is no other season that gives amazing sunsets like fall. There is no other time of the year when the leaves turn vibrant and radiant colors, and there are no other days where a hoodie is more than enough to keep you warm and cool at the same time.
And as much as I love fall for everything it is, I find that I forget to do things for myself during this time of the year. This is why I’ve created the “Fall Self-Care Ideas” printable to keep you and me both focused on self-care! Remember, self-care is really just another way of having “hygge by yourself”!
It is time we focus on ourselves so we can “get our groove back”. (Don’t tell my kids I just said that – they will cringe and may never forgive me.)
If you’re ready to take care of yourself, you need to grab this printable and carry it with you at all times. This is the simple (and free!) reminder you deserve to be happy and to put yourself first, even when others might be putting you last.
Fall Self-Care Ideas
Promise me one thing: this is the season you relax and just take care of yourself. Self-care doesn’t have to be anything huge, but it does have to be something. And it does need to happen.
The more you deflect attention away from your own mental and physical health, the more you’re going to need this self-care. This printable is exactly what you need to get started on a good self-care mindset.
If you’re curious about what self-care ideas you’ll find in this printable, here is a sneak peek to get the wheels turning in your brain:
- Spend time with people you love
- Go apple picking
- Batch cook hearty meals
- Make a fall bucket list
- Plus so much more
The self-care ideas on this free printable are all about you. Celebrate you above everyone else.
I feel strongly about self-care because it’s too easy to prioritize everything and everyone else. As a mom, a parent, and someone who spent pretty much the last year in her house 24/7, I’ve realized my mental health is as important as my physical health. I want you to remember, self-care is NOT selfish.
You may not think any of these self-care ideas are earth-shattering, but you will be amazed at how they can completely change your attitude about yourself and the outside world.
So please dear friends, take care of yourself today and every day going forward. Let’s make this fall season about self-care so we are healthy and strong during the long winter months.