Self-Care And Wellness With Diana Bamala: Introducing Simple Self-Care Routines
We live in a world where we are challenged by burnout, exhaustion, crankiness, lethargy, depression, anxiety, frustration, apathy, being overwhelmed, stressed
By Diana Bamala
True wellness is the intersection of physical and mental health. Mental health is as important as is physical health. You can’t have one without the other - but today’s fast-paced lifestyles often mean that mental health falls by the wayside. The question that comes after is: “How can we stop this from happening”?
Self-care: I would define it as doing whatever you define as caring for yourself - meaning anything that fills up your energy well. We often hear or have been told to: "Men Up" or "Women Up" and these two common terms are often used at our weakest.
When we are putting stuff out in the world that requires our energy - we need to receive stuff back from the world to fill our energy. It is a give-and-take situation.
The problem is that often there is an imbalance in the output and input of our energy.