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Top Self-Care Idea Lists of 2019

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Have you searched for new self-care activity ideas lately? When I first published this article back in 2016, there were about 17,900,000 results on Google. In 2018, there were 23,400,000. Any idea how many there were today? 344,000,000! There are countless ways to practice self-care, and that number will likely continue to grow. Once again, I’ve scoured […]

What is Living Upp?

What is livingupp exactly? For starters, it’s knowing how to invest your time and energy so you can live up to your highest potential and bounce back from life’s heavy moments more quickly and easily. LivingUpp unites people with possibilities…for doing life differently, for creating more ease and better health, and for designing a life that’s […]

Self-Care Activity List: 366 Ideas

Need some new self-care activity ideas? Last year, I took on a year-long self-care challenge., so for each of the 366 days of the 2016 leap year, I experimented with a new self-care activity and then blogged about it. Below you’ll find the full list of my self-care activities I experimented during the challenge. Is it […]

Self-Care is Multidimensional

Stacy Fisher's article on self-care in The Costco Connection

It was an incredible honor to be published in the January 2017 edition of The Costco Connection, where I asserted that self-care is multidimensional. Indeed, self-care is a powerful, yet often underutilized, tool that involves actions and behaviors that improve, restore, and maintain good health. Read Take {Self} Care: A multidimensional approach to healthcare Before […]

Getting (And Staying) Organized with Debbie Rosemont

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In this episode of Living Upp’s Conversations with Smart People, I interviewed Debbie Rosemont of Simply Placed about the correlation between the amount of clutter we have in our lives and the amount of stress we experience. From a self-care standpoint, getting and staying organized seemed like a pretty good strategy. After reading Marie Kondo’s […]