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54 Self-Care Ideas Card Pack
Every time we open an app or pop on the TV, someone seems to be talking about ‘self-care’. It’s gone from something we’ve never heard of before to a buzz-word.
Despite the fact that it’s spoken about all over the place, it can be very difficult to know where to start. Different people have different definitions of self-care, and when our brain is full of cotton wool, trying to work out where to start seems an impossible task.
But we have a solution!
This pack contains 54 different self-care ideas. From practical suggestions, such as ‘make a doctor’s appointment’, to ways that we can switch off, like ‘pop your favourite film on’, there’s a whole range of ideas on these cards.
Keep them within reach of your ‘resting spot’ on the sofa, share an idea with a friend when they text you after a bad day or use them when stuck for what to do on ‘self-care Sunday’.
- 1 pack of 54 Cards
- Each card is 64mm x 90mm (the same size as an average pack of cards)
- Cards feels soft and silky for added shuffle-ability
Is it a gift?
- Include a note at checkout – we’ll pop it in the parcel
- If you’d like to buy a card, you can find them here
Don’t just take it from us…
“Especially pleased with the pack of self care ideas cards – they are excellent quality and will last for years.”
“This little flashcard pack of self care ideas is a life saver. And if something sounds too daunting? We can always shuffle the cards & try again. #Selfcare really is survival. I hope you know how many of your items & articles give people a chance to breathe again.”
“I’ve loved this pack of self-care cards since receiving them in a #BlurtBox, so I bought a few more packs to give as presents to friends too! They’re full of great ideas & simple little self-care suggestions, they’re a must for anyone who needs a little pick me up! x”
This is just one in our range of card packs to help us through those tricky times.
Photo: Holly Booth Photography
About the Illustrator: Stacie Swift
Stacie is an illustrator with a love for bright colours and nice words. She’s Mum to Matilda and Arthur, (and two cats, Bob and Beans), a full-blown coffee addict and self-care enthusiast. She enjoys sharing her thoughts on mindfulness, mum-life and mental health – because everyone needs a reminder that nobody has it together all the time.