By Divya Toshniwal
The only place that you have to live in this world is your body, so the first thing that you should be concerned about is your physical body.
Emotional self-care is to avoid the bottleneck traffic of your emotions and learning to release them on time.
Enhancing your knowledge, problem-solving skills, language skills all are as important for your personal growth as they are for your professional.
Humans by nature are social beings. Whether you are an introvert or extrovert would determine your need for connection, but every person needs some connection; a human touch as we say.
Having your space organized helps you build energy and also bring clarity to thoughts.
Financial self-care includes planning your finances, budgeting, saving, and investing so that you have enough for things you actually need and don't spend all without realizing where you have been spending.
Spiritual self-care is when you feed your soul,when you seek inner peace, when you search for serenity.
Being alert to your sensory capabilities is what mindfulness is. Your senses need their feed too.