“Juggling school, work, and family can make wellbeing feel like an add-on. If I have time, I will work out. One day, I will learn how to manage my finances., etc. What I have come to discover is that health and wellbeing are absolutes. I am a better colleague, student, and mom when I prioritize my own self-care. This is not about being perfect, but it is about learning to thrive so that I can better serve the people around me. That act of serving starts with me.”
"The first step in defining what wellbeing should look like is accepting that everyone can reach their own ideal definitions. It gives me permission to really invest in myself and strive for a fulfilling and high quality life."
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