In challenging times, it is essential to prioritize self-care activities that make you feel good about yourself. Sukai suggests indulging in routine activities that make you feel like you are alone, such as going for a walk with your morning coffee or exercising in the morning (with your doctor’s approval). On days when you feel good, sticking to your normal routine can help maintain a sense of consistency and stability.
Additionally, Sukai recommends pampering yourself with self-care activities such as manicures, massages, botox or wigs if these things make you feel renewed and beautiful. The idea is to do whatever makes you feel good about yourself, especially on days when you don’t look or feel like yourself. Sukai emphasizes the importance of doubling down on activities that bring joy and make you feel like the best version of yourself. By prioritizing self-care and indulging in activities that make you feel good, Sukai advises that even in difficult times, it is possible to maintain a positive outlook and a sense of well-being.