Do the holidays stress you out? Are you always getting sick this time of year? Are you taking care of yourself the in the same manner than you do the other 11 months out of the year? If any of these questions resonated with you, I invite you to keep reading and discover my 12 best holiday self care tips to keep your body, mind and spirit happy and healthy this holiday season!
Routine is one of the best things that you can do to help cultivate a good night's sleep. What are you doing before bed to help you get your best sleep?
When's the last time you energetically cleared your home or office?
Just as we should be maintaining our own personal energetic hygiene, it’s important to energetically maintain the spaces that we physically inhabit as well. Homes and buildings have the capacity to hold onto residual energies, so if we’re not mindful of clearing the spaces we inhabit regularly, they can start to feel dull and stagnant.
One of people's favorite things to talk about when they find out I'm a psychic are all the crazy things that happen in their lives and around their homes. Almost all of the home stories end with the same follow up question, "do you think my house is haunted?"
I always giggle a little bit when I'm asked this question, because what isn't haunted at this point in modern society. Everything now is built up on ancient lands, so it's silly to think that nothing has ever crossed over within your property lines.
I think that people freak themselves out by using the word "haunted" when what's really happening is a Spirit trying to gain someone's attention.
I grew up in somewhat of a food-centric family, which has catapulted me into what some may describe as a “foodie”.
As a child, we ate dinner at my grandparent's house almost weekly. My grandpa Armand would create elaborate spreads of different salads and hors d’oeuvres. Platters brimming with vegetables, antipasto, sauces and whatever creations he dreamed up were omnipresent — every, single, meal. His hearty, homemade soup was a welcome favorite in during cold Chicago winters.
Our family meals would often entail long discussions of meals previously enjoyed, restaurants visited, and would likely include plans of the next meal to be consumed, even before the present one had ended.
Food was my grandfather’s love language. His meals were revered, and if you were lucky enough to have him cook for you, it would likely be a meal you’d remember a lifetime.
Arielle is a best-selling author, holistic life coach and intuitive energy healer.