Creating and sticking to a realistic self-care plan can be overwhelming and time-consuming. That’s why this post on the 30 best self care apps of 2020 is going to be incredibly useful for you!
As busy women these days, it is necessary to take care of ourselves so we can be at our best for our families. Fill your cup first!
We need the strength and energy to raise kids, work, and complete the thousands of other tasks that keep us and our families happy and thriving.
Over the years, I have built a library of the best self care apps on my phone that I count on to keep my mind and body healthy and strong.
If you have a smartphone, there are plenty of apps that focus on self-care and health. There are a variety of options so you have to try some out to find what works best for you.
Below are some of the best self care apps on my phone that I use frequently. There may be different links depending on the type of phone you have, but they are usually fairly similar so just do a quick search in your app store.
Hope these ideas help you stay sane and cope with the pressures of motherhood and daily life!
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Guided Meditations & Soothing Music for Sleep
Spiritual Guidance & Inspiring Messages
Positive Mindset & Gratitude Practice
Stay Organized & Track Habits
Meal Planning & Recipes
Fun Brain Games
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Whatever helps you stay on track with living your best life is worth looking into.
Schedule some time to yourself and build that self-care plan.
Ask around and find out what your friends are using and what works for them too.
Check out the app store on your phone and spend some time exploring it!
Jill DeMasi is a Lifestyle Blogger, Licensed Massage Therapist, and a Certified Wellness Coach with a passion for helping others manage stress, chronic pain, and anxiety.
Learn more about her journey and wellness practice that offers natural solutions to stress at www.AtTheHeartofWellness.com.
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Disclaimer: The information contained in this document is for general education purposes only and is not intended to treat, cure, or prevent any disease or medical conditions. Check with your health practitioner before making diet and lifestyle changes.
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