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Self-Care Activity List: 366 Ideas

8 Dimensions of Self-Care

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 […]

Self-Care Challenge (Day 311): Raking Leaves

Large leaf Maple leaves in the fall

On day 311 of my 366-day self-care challenge, I raked leaves. Raking leaves (or any form of yard work, for that matter) has become my substitute for meditation – a practice that I’ve not been able to completely fall in love with yet. I’m never quite sure what I’m supposed to be doing while I […]

Getting (And Staying) Organized with Debbie Rosemont

woman wearing a purple shirt and green scarf

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 […]

Self-Care Challenge (Day 269): Packing a Mobile Emergency Kit

Lime green Mountainsmith zip bag with emergency supplies

On day 269 of my 366-day self-care challenge, I packed a mobile emergency kit. As we ease into the fall season, I’m painfully aware of looming colder temperatures and their potential to invite a variety of less than desirable travel scenarios. While the weather conditions in the Pacific Northwest are less severe than anywhere I’ve […]