If you have thought of self-care more in terms special occasion moments to “treat yo’self”, and maybe even longed to experience that more often, then today’s episode is for you! We’re going to talk about tiny lifestyle habits that you can build in to your everyday experience, to establish a true practice of nourishing and loving who you really are. Everyone of these habits only takes a few seconds or maximum a few minutes to do, yet the longterm compound effect over time can dramatically improve your health and connection to your true self. Self care does not have to be reserved for special occasions. Let’s make it happen every day!
Ep. 1 Small and Simple Things. This episode details how the compound effect works, taking small and simple things done consistently over time and reaping massive results.
Living In Your True Identity: Discover, Embrace, and Develop Your Own Divine Nature by Brooke Snow. If you like my podcast you’ll love my book 🙂
The Idiots Guide to Ayurveda by Saraha Rose Ketabi. Great introduction to ayurveda.
Body Thrive by Cate Stillman. Great introduction to ayurveda in an approachable easy to understand way.
Tongue Scraper. This pack has two so give one to your spouse or friend or family member. They last a lifetime!
Dry Brush. This set includes a smaller brush for your face. I love having both sized brushes. Also lasts forever 🙂
Hey Brooke! I’m just have a question about logistics, wondering how I can adjust my lifestyle to incorporate these. Do you exercise in the morning? Do you shower twice a day? I would love to start showering at night because I think it will make my mornings so much smoother, but not sure how to implement that with exercise.
Hi Amanda!!! Thanks so much for your comment and question! I do exercise in the morning. I do yoga for around 20-30 min. and then go for a walk for another 20 min. I am not a gal that sweats much–even in high intensity workouts (wish I did!), so I don’t usually shower again, but I know plenty of people who shower morning and night, especially in the ayurveda community 🙂 Hope that helps!