We introverts have a bad rap for not being good at taking care of ourselves. In fact, many of us feel guilty even admitting that we need “self-care” (whatever that means) because it’s not exactly a popular concept among our introverted peers.
Self-care has transformed a lot over the last few years. It began as a way to encourage people to do more for themselves, which is amazing. But somewhere along the way, it became something people felt like they were forced to do.
The thing is most people think of habits as bad things you need to conquer, good habits are the ones keeping you on track, like reminding yourself to brush your teeth every morning or to drink water throughout the day.
Did you notice how we easily fail at practicing self care even though we know how important it is? Lets face it, practicing self care isn’t always easy to incorporate it into our daily routine. Here, we’ll look at why we generally fail when it comes to practicing…