A Starting Point

When I retired in 2008, I made self-care one of my priorities. My life needed a major overhaul in this area, and now I had the time and space to make the necessary changes. While I had abandoned several practices that didn’t contribute to my well-being, I needed to add more positive strategies to my regimen.

I followed my usual modus operandi and started reading blog posts, newspaper and magazine articles, and books about self-care. Suddenly, I was encountering the word everywhere—online and offline.

Continue reading on Janet Nestor’s blog.


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