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Seriously. Like an unforgiving pair of jeans on turkey day, 2020 has created pressure in places we didn't know pressure could exist. And as the holidays approach, many in the Self-Care community have remarked that the prospect of crawling into their metaphorical sweatpants (i.e. easing the pressure) seems like a far-off dream.
How about you? Are you feeling the pressure to show up (in person or virtually) in a space where you don't feel entirely safe, the pressure to look the same (or better) than you did when quarantine began, the pressure to not discuss politics, the pressure to discuss politics, or—deep breath—the pressure to spend money you don't really have right now to 'show people how much you love them'?
We feel you and we hear you.
In this post, we invite you into the self-care practice of courageously looking at what is really going on, finding honesty and compassion—with ourselves and others—and then getting creative in choosing how we want to celebrate this moment, in a way that aligns with our hearts, our current finances, and the future we are calling into possibility.