Importance of Self-Care

with Dr. Michele Summers Colon

Wow, here we are in March already. Spring is almost here, if you are in the Northern Hemisphere, just a few more weeks to go. I’m so looking forward to getting into my garden and planting some veggies. Last year my garden turned out to be awesome, there was so much food. Honestly, there is nothing better than homegrown food. And you don’t need a lot of space, you can even grow veggies in pots. If you are worried about the cost of food, or buying or not buying organic. Try to grow some things for yourself this year. Pick one or two things like tomatoes and lettuce, or peppers and herbs like basil. It’ really doesn’t take a lot of effort at all. See how it goes and next year try a few more things. The benefits are good for your health and bank account.

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This coming spring I WILL be launching the cut the crap club. It’s an online membership club the gives you a realistic approach to a healthier body, mind and soul. All details can be found at cutthecrapclub.com, I have a quick video and a sneak peek into the what club is all about. Basically, just like this podcast cast, it’s my way of cut through all the B.S. and giving you easy, practical, realistic ways to be healthier, stronger, happier, fitter, have more energy and build confidence. I share with you meal plans, recipes, you’ll learn what your body needs to thrive, you’ll get workout videos that are fun and that you can fit into your schedule, we’ll have live Q&A sessions, you will have access to me live and other guest experts, masterclasses where we dive into specific health, fitness and nutrition topics and the best part, the community. You will have accountability partners, we have our own private FB group, to help motivate and support on anther and, of course, to have fun and laugh at ourselves every now and then, or just laugh at me! I’ll definitely try my best to keep you entertained!!  So, visit cutthecrapclub.com to learn more and put your name on the waitlist.

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In this episode, we talk aboutdrmichelecolon

  • What is self-care?
  • Why it’s important to put on your oxygen mask first
  • Examples of things to do for self-care
  • and much more

Resources & Links Mentioned

Dr. Michele’s Website

Dr. Michele on Facebook

Dr. Michele on Twitter

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Music credit: Dedicated (Celtic Flute Mix) by Duck.  If you like the intro music, I encourage you to listen to the entire song here.

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