You health is important! But it’s one of the easiest things to neglect. Your busy lifestyle may have you feeling as if you have no time to commit to your personal health. But even the smallest attention to your health can make a huge difference in how you feel and perform. Here are some simple ways to protect your health!

get some rest

Sleep is the number one fix for your body. A lack of sleep is what could actually end up harming your body if you’re not careful. That’s why it’s good to get more sleep in your day to day lifestyle and to listen to your body when it needs rest.

If you struggle to get to sleep or to stay asleep, you need to be intentional about creating a solid sleep routine. This can help with triggering your body every evening to unwind and relax. Consider running yourself a hot bath and darken the room with blackout curtains or an eye mask. Try lavender scented pillow sprays or play sleep sounds to help drift off to sleep quicker.

protect your body

We don’t always place safe sex in our self-care and healthy living rituals, but it’s fundamentally important to our overall well-being. Whether it’s consistently using birth control, if your not at the stage of family planning, or being sure to use contraceptive protections like Durex, to prevent STD’s and infection… be sure that you are protecting your temple!


We all know that exercise is good for the body… but most of us still find it difficult to implement into our daily routines. The most important thing that you can do is to make exercise something that’s fun for you. Maybe try a sport or activity (like skating or swimming) that you enjoy doing. Once you build a routine with something you like, it will be easier to add in additional classes or workouts to further strengthen your body.

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take a digtal detox

A digital detox should be a staple in your self-care routine. Switch off your laptop. Put your phone down and mute social media notifications and spend some time with your own thoughts or do something that you enjoy.