Day 5 Self-Care Challenge: Date with YOU!

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Hey gorgeous- you did it!

Welcome to DAY FIVE of the Art Lessons for Kids 5 day #SelfCareChallenge!

If you signed up, check your inbox for today’s activity, daily truth card, green smoothie recipe and buddha bowl idea and remember to leave your comment below to be eligible to win an awesome prize.

Today’s final challenge involves a date with the most important person: YOU. This might feel strange at first but incredible things and unexpected magic happens when you do this. I challenge you to continue this practice and go on a date with yourself once a week.

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If you didn’t get a chance to sign up and want to be part of the next self-care challenge, sign up here to get on the list.

 

 

COMMENT FOR A CHANCE TO WIN:

How did it feel to spend intentional and planned time with just you? What did you do? Where did you go? Do you think you could do this on a weekly basis? How do you see this exercise helping you in other areas of your life? Tell us about it in the comments below.

Closing thoughts…

Self-care is not a luxury- it’s your right. When you take good care of your needs and yourself, you are a much happier and balanced person.

If you enjoyed this challenge, stay tuned for some other self-care challenges coming up very soon. Drop me an email at alejandra@artlessonsforkids.me if you have any suggestions for other types of self-care challenges, courses and workshops you think I could be doing to help this community be healthier and happier. Have a great start to 2016 and remember you should be at the top of your priority list because you are worth it!

Alejandra xx

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2 thoughts on “Day 5 Self-Care Challenge: Date with YOU!

  1. I went on an artist date tonight to see an artist talk at The Columbus College of Art and Design. I am good about going out on my own, but it is a cold rainy night and I wanted to stay home. I am glad I went. The arist was very inspiring. This might be his last show because his is battling cancer. He mentioned to us that he is living a good life and that we should too. I could tell that he is passionate about art and sharing his passion with others.

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