[that are more accessible to chronically or mentally ill people, esp. if you’re low on spoons or in a fog]
- do some stretches and pop your joints if you’re comfortable doing so
- wipe down your face, neck, and arms with a cold wet washcloth
- brush or comb your hair
- sing even if you think you’re…
Rudy Francisco (via lunagemme)
Jay McInerney, Bright Lights, Big City (via a-thousand-words)
constructed identity as self-care. performance as self-care. aesthetic as self-care. these things are so valuable, constructing a self you like and cherish is so valuable, choosing to be a person you enjoy is so valuable
K.M.G. (via raccoonpunx)
I have something to say and I think it’s worth saying:
I am tired of feeling bad for being needy.
I am tired of carrying guilt for asking for reassurance that people still love and care about me. I am tired of feeling like nothing because I am consistently the one more invested in my…
recovery looks good on me and I’m not going to let anything take that away (via metamorphosisofmeg)
-Wear whatever you want, and forget anyone who says it doesn’t look good (they’re just jealous).
-The above also applies to makeup and hairstyles
-Listen to your favorite music as loud as you want and on repeat. Make it a playlist.
-Talk to people you care about. It’s okay if it’s been a long time; they probably miss you too.
-That person whose approval you’re always striving for? They probably don’t matter in the grand scheme of things. So chill, you’re okay!