12 Days of Christmas Self Care: Day 2

Day 2: Celebrate the Small Victories

Day 2: Celebrate the Small Victories


Day 2 of the 12 Days of Self Care! This is something I’m pretty bad at myself. I’ve never been good at noticing the “small” victories, but I’m definitely getting better! 

We definitely always celebrate those big victories, like getting into college, getting a new job, losing all that weight, whatever it is. It’s like if it doesn’t make a significant impact in our life we don’t recognize it. But there are so many small things we should appreciate and celebrate!


Here is a list of some daily and more general small victories you can celebrate!

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12 Days of Christmas Self Care

12 Days of Christmas Self Care

The 12 days leading up to Christmas can be a bit nerve wracking if you have a large family, or are going to be hosting said family, or you have to spend the whole day surrounded by people, or you just might not enjoy Christmas that much. 

So I’ve come up with the idea of the 12 Days of Christmas Self Care!

Each day leading up to Christmas Day, I will post a new self-care tip and how to go about it!

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My Daily Daytime Skin Care Routine

My Daily Daytime Skin Care Routine


Skin care is a huge part of my life. I have eczema and rosacea and it seems that my skin has taken to finding more and more things as an allergy than I’d like. So making sure my face doesn’t look like a dry, red, splotchy, itchy mess is a top priority.

In this post I’m going to go into my daytime skin routine. This is mostly face related, and if there’s an interest in it, I can go into my shower routine as well.

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Mental Health and a Depressive Funk

Mental Health and a Depressive Funk

The other day I got home from work with no motivation to do anything. I put my purse down and stared at the medical bills I needed to pay, past the kitchen where dishes sat in the sink waiting to be washed. I walked past my bathroom that probably could use a good scrub, into my bedroom where clothes were strewn around, notebooks on the floor, the bed unmade, and basically a giant pile of mess.


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