“Self-care can sometimes feel overwhelming with all the ‘things’ we should be doing. Try simplifying your routine so that it doesn’t become complicated,” Roup posted on Instagram. “This could look like a solo walk outside or calling a friend to catch up. Go out and fill your cup back up.”
Megan Roup’s 7 Self-Care Methods
- Spending quality time with my family
- Getting outside for a walk
- Taking a hot shower
- Moving my body
- Having a glass of wine
- Dry brushing and guasha
- Reading a book
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