Whew. It’s been one eventful start to 2021. While self-care has been a huge buzzword for the past few years, and particularly in 2020, it’s clear that it will be equally as important in 2021. Yesterday was tough, and if you’re like us, you probably need some time to decompress and process all that happened, and all that you saw. While we’re not therapists, we do have some suggestions on ways to take care of yourself, today, tomorrow, and throughout the new year.
When life gets overwhelming, a little fresh air almost always helps clear the head. The gardens at Agecroft Hall & Gardens are open to the public at no charge throughout January and February, though tickets are required in an effort to promote social distancing.
Few things help us escape reality, or help inspire us to create a better future, quite like a good book. At bbgb you’ll find a carefully curated collection of books for all ages in a variety of genres ranging. What’s more they offer free local delivery for purchases of $40 or more.
Go ahead and take a break from the screens and get your hands dirty. Gardening has been proven to be great for both mental and physical health. So go ahead and read about the benefits of gardening from The Great Big Greenhouse, and pick up a houseplant or take advantage of the mild winter we’ve been experiencing and go for something larger to plant in the ground.
There’s a reason why everyone was making banana bread last March – cooking can be comforting, and delicious, for the soul. Ladles & Linens Kitchen Shoppe can help with fun new cooking gadgets, online events, and recipe inspiration that goes far beyond basic banana bread.
Sometimes, we just have to focus on what we have control over – like organizing our personal spaces. Minima is an organizing and redesign service that can work with you to take control over any area in your house – from papers to the playroom. What’s more, they’ll meet with you virtually if you’re not comfortable having them in your home.