How to Thrive

How to Thrive

“No matter how small the gesture, regularly treating yourself
thoughtfully and with kindness will absolutely change your life.”

Katherine Schafler 


Relaxing, restoring and managing the different facets of your personal well-being is called self-care. 

3 Incredibly Easy Acts of Self-Care You Can Do Right Now

1. Wash your face — a refreshing way to reset.

2. Make some tea — here are six natural tea remedies for stress and anxiety >

3. Stretch — it brings you back to your body and loosens your muscles, which sends immediate neurochemical signals to your brain that basically go, “Ok, you can relax for real now.” (It’ll probably help that jaw clenching thing you don’t even notice you’re doing, too.)

The good thing about stretching is that you can do it anywhere, the floor of your office, in the bathroom, while you’re in bed right before you go to sleep, wherever.

Some of these self-care acts seem too simple to make a difference, but don’t underestimate the cumulative power of consistent taking care of yourself. These little acts of restoration are  surprisingly important.

And while it’s hard to prioritize something like taking a bath when you have so many other items on your to-do list, self-care is an important aspect of stress management.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:  “The importance of relaxing…” 


There is a place called Thrive Global that is dedicated to helping people decrease stress and burnout and improve your overall health, happiness and well-being. Their The Fuel List  is 20 people changing the way we fuel our minds and bodies every day.

These are leaders making an impact in the worlds of
sleep, nutrition, movement and mindfulness right now.


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4GGL thanks Thrive Global for this story! 

the fuel list

Thrive Global is committed to accelerating the culture shift for people to reclaim their lives. Move from merely surviving to thriving.

Recent science has shown that the pervasive belief that burnout is the price we must pay for success is a delusion. We know, instead, that when we prioritize our well-being, our decision-making, creativity, and productivity improve dramatically. 

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