Self-Care Options for Business Owners – Part 3

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Self-Care is optional. You don’t have to use your self-care tools, but if you don’t, you’ll starve yourself of an abundance of opportunities. Why do that to yourself?

This is the third in a series of articles that explain why self-care is imperative if we want to call in our dream life and business. I wanted to give you a ton of self-care options to complement what you’ve already learned (or reminded yourself of!)

Previously in the ‘Self-Care for Business Owners’ Series.

Check out part-one here, where you’ll discover; A bird’s-eye view of what self-care actually is and why it is pivotal for the success of business owners and the success of our businesses.

Check out part-two here, where you’ll find; 5 nuggets of wisdom to help you break the “I’m too busy for that.” cycle.

Here I’m, compiling for you a list of self-care options, tools, strategies, activities, ideas, or processes. You may find they either take you back to alignment or steadiness if you’re having a wobble, or they’ll sustain your already good feeling, embodied, steady place, if you’re already on a roll.

They won’t all work for you. Different ones will work at different times. Be open to the idea of trying new options when your current tools aren’t quite hitting the mark. Revisit those you haven’t used in a while, you’ll now have the benefit of new perspectives.

You’ll know they’re working if you feel better as a result of doing them. These practices serve to take our minds off the day-to-day challenges we inevitably experience. If you allow them to, they’ll take you closer to the awareness of your non-physical, energetic, soul, soul, spirit, inner-being, God-self, essential-self, or whatever you choose to call that larger magical aspect of ourselves which brings mystery, magic, connection, wisdom and oneness to our experience.

Do you use your tools to bring you closer to that awareness?

There are a million that I’ve undoubtedly forgotten! Please send me an email to heather@getaccomplishedwithheather.com with any additions to this list that you’ve found really helpful. Please send only location-independent links.

Self-Care Options


Process/Tool/Option/Activity/StrategyLink

Lift-Off Process

https://getaccomplishedwithheather.com/lift-off-toolkit-sign-up
Journalinghttps://journalwithcarol.com
The Whelm Wheelhttps://www.subscribepage.com/thewhelmwheel
The Focus Wheel by Abraham Hicks
EFT/Tappinghttps://www.clairekerslake.com
Ho’oponopono
Byron Katie’s ‘The Work’https://thework.com
Meditation
Mindfulness practices
Inner-Child work
Breath work
Declutteringhttps://whitesagedecluttering.com/white-sage-academy-level-up
Jigsaws
Reading
Sunbathing
Napping
Snoozing

Channeled Teachings –
Abraham Hicks
Weola


https://www.abraham-hicks.com
https://www.weola.one
Complementary Therapies –
Homeopathy

https://www.homeopathy-healing.com/about-eileen
Trauma Release
Donna Eden Energy Work
The Evoke Method
https://anitakaiserwellness.com
https://edenmethod.com
https://ginamallison.com
Kinesiology
Massage
Self-massage
Access Bars
Aromatherapy
Reflexology
Counselling
Coaching
Psychotherapy
Indian head massage
Reiki
Spiritual healing
Accupuncture
Ayurveda
Flower remedies
Herbal medicine
Osteopathy
Acupuncture
Hypnotherapy
Sound therapy
Shiatsu
NLP
Energy Healing
The Sedona Method
Non-Violent Communication
Chakra work

Nature –

Gardening
Walking
Hiking
Ornithology
Hanging out with your pets

Art and crafts-

Painting-
Oils
Acrylics
Watercolours

Drawing
Pastels
Printmaking

Textiles –
Felt making
Sewing
Embroidery
Cross Stitch
Knitting
Crochet
Weaving

Jewellery making
Mosaic
Ceramics
Decoupage
Sculpture
Glass painting
Soap/candle making
Diamond Dotz
Carpentry

Diet and Nutrition –
Inner child healing for healthy eatinghttps://www.mindbehindweightloss.co.uk
Medical Mediumhttps://www.medicalmedium.com
Plant Based
Keto
Paleo
Baking
Cooking
Juicing
Intuitive eating

Movement –
Pilates
Anat Baniel Method


https://www.pilatestofeelgood.com
https://www.anatbanielmethod.com
Yoga
Alexander Technique
Feldenkrais
Tai Chi
Qigong

Dance –
Nia
Jazz
Five rhythms
Ballet
Ballroom
Contemporary
Street
Tap
Folk
Irish
Pole
Country
Line
Disco
Latin
Swing
Free

Martial Arts-
Judo
Taekwondo
Karate
Kickboxing
Jiu-Jitsu
Tai Chi
Qigong

Sport –
Netball
Hockey
Football/Soccer
American Football/football
Athletics
Skiing
Snowboarding
Running
Basketball
Tennis
Baseball
Badminton
Golf
Volleyball
Swimming
Boxing
Table tennis
Skiing
Ice skating
Roller skating
Cricket
Rugby
Pool
Darts
Tenpin bowling
Green bowls
Petanque
Ice hockey
Surfing
Horse riding
Skateboarding
Cycling
Archery
Fishing
Gymnastics
Rock climbing
Fencing
Water skiing
Jet skiing
Weight lifting
Scuba diving
Wind surfing
Sky diving
Hang gliding
Paragliding
Bungee jumping

Links –

Bold and Italic = highly recommended by me.

Italic = Highly recommended by someone I know and trust.

Plain Text = a resource which was recommended by someone I don’t know.

If there’s no link – Google is your friend.