By Kayla White, M.A. Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Resident in Counseling
If you are anything like me, practicing self-care and self-love can often get placed on the back burner. Also, I am not a proclaimed morning person, so other than those things I NEED to do, I’ve learned they likely won’t get done until I’m awake, have eaten breakfast, taken my dog out and after that I normally start working. I have learned that I practice my self-care at night. Here are some of my favorite night-time self-care ideas!
Bedtime self-care routine ideas:
- Here are some self-care ideas for a great nighttime routine:
- Face mask
- Hair mask
- Crossword puzzle
- Listen to calming music
- Night time tea
- CBD Oil meditation
- Listen to a soothing podcast
- Bubble bath
Each of these count as self-care. Again, self-care is meant to set you up for SUCCESS. It’s meant to focus on YOU and YOU only. It’s not meant to be shared!
About Kayla White:
Kayla is a graduate from the University of Virginia, with a B.S. degree in Psychology, and a recent graduate from Marymount University with a M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
Many individuals, children and adults, struggle with depression, anxiety, adjusting to change, or simply the desire to understand themselves more thoroughly. Whether to improve mood and functioning, or glean insight into personality, therapy can be reparative, strengthening, and play a role in maximizing enjoyment of life! Kayla’s expertise is working with children/adolescents, teens, young adults, and adults managing issues of: loneliness, depression, anxiety, behavioral issues, eating disorders, trauma, loss & grief, relationship issues, substance use issues and family conflict. To learn more about Kayla, visit HERE.