In a bit of a self-care rut and need some inspo? These 6 self-care blogs will give you a little push to get yourself back into some super helpful self-care practices that work for you.

I thought my self-care game was on point, but just perusing through these blogs I realized I was dropping the ball on myself in some areas (especially in the self-criticism and having unrealistic expectations of myself).

Reading tips and stories from others who have been there is so helpful in creating self-care strategies and routines that work for us. So check out these awesome self-care blogs and let us know your fav in the comments!

(FYI, there are a few affiliate links below to products I love and support.)

The Zen Teacher

I had Dan Tricarico on the MomUp Show, and he had so many golden eggs of self-care info I was blown away!

Dan has been a high school teacher for over 25 years and helps teachers avoid burnout through self-care. But even if you aren’t a teacher, his blog and book are totally worth taking a look for you too.

The Blissful Mind

From journal prompts to self-care strategies, this blog is a great resource for moms to get started on their self-care journey.

The blog was started by Catharine in 2014, and focuses on mindset, self-care, and productivity.

Self-Care with Gracy

I love the way Gracy writes her blog posts in a way that is both really personable AND helpful. They’re not just the boring old how-to’s, but have a sense of humanity to them too. (Did I mention she also has podcast episodes and interviews to binge too?)

She’s a mom and self-care coach, among many things, but I especially loved what she had to say about weight loss and self-care in this post.

Carley Schweet

Carley has lots of posts to check out and a podcast. This one about emotional self-care is really helpful for the practical tips for incorporating emotional self-care into your life.

I also totally related to her story about being a people pleaser. What else can relate?

Self-Care by Aisha

Aisha focuses on helping professional women avoid burning out, and I know there are some working mamas out there who need that help!

Her website includes interviews/podcasts with experts like this one about how managing digital distractions is important for self-care.

Kathryn Ford Richter

This blog page is beautiful, simple, and easy to follow for some quick tips on self-care.

Kathryn is a coach focusing on self-care, mindset, essential oils, and yoga. I really liked this reminder to be kind from her.

Ready to get your self-care game back on point, mama? How did this self-care blogs inspire you to finally put yourself first? Let us know in the comments below, and read my story about how I started my own self-care practice that is 100% practical.

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