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Give Yourself The Ultimate Gift In Menopause: Permission To Finally Put Your Needs First {Video EP 1/4}

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For many women, menopause is been a difficult transition. you may find yourself feeling anxious and overwhelmed by the changes your body is going through.

As you navigate this new season of life, you may realize it is time to give yourself permission to focus on your own needs and wellbeing.

The moment you know that taking care of yourself will require some hard work, decide to set some ground rules for how you want things to be from now on.

Celebrate every gain with exemplary appreciation—at last, it is all about being kind and generous with how you treat yourself.

First of all, if you want to get enough quality sleep without being distracted or disturbed, put away your phone at least an hour before bedtime each night.

To ensure that you don't become too tired or stressed during the day, make sure to take breaks throughout the day as often as possible and do something that you enjoy.

A great way to relax is to go for a walk in nature and observe and appreciate the beauty around you.

Alternatively, pour yourself a cup of tea and sit outside with it while watching the birds passing by.

Doing this can help reduce stress levels while allowing your body and mind to rest. This is something that keeps me motivated when times got tough and allowed me space for self-reflection which is often lost during busy periods in our lives.

Second, menopause is an important time for self-care because your body is going through a period of great hormonal change that may last for years.

When it comes to menopause, it is important to realize that menopausal symptoms can vary from woman to woman.

It's important to listen to your body and recognize what it needs.

Self-care could mean anything from adjusting your sleep hours, resting more, and eating foods that aren't just mediocre.

Moreover, it's important to commit yourself daily to self-care rituals like journaling about what has been going on in your life and setting intentions for who you want to be during this stage of life.

This can help keep you motivated when times get tough and allows some time for self-reflection which we often tend to forget about amidst our hectic lives.

Finally, allow yourself moments both alone and with those around you; these moments will be important for your growth both mentally and spiritually so don't hesitate to take advantage of them!

You deserve the time and space to nurture your mind, body, and soul during this significant life transition.

By setting the intention to focus on self-care during menopause, you are saying “yes” to a journey of exploration, growth, and transformation.

You are worth the investment! If you’re ready to get started but not sure where to begin, book a session with me.

I would be honored to help guide you on this amazing journey. CLICK HERE TO BOOK YOUR SESSION

About the Author

Milan Perry, HHP, MH

World-renowned wellness chef with an extensive background in nutrition, wellness and herbalism. She is the Culinary Nutrition & Wellness Chef of the Chic Women Don't Diet (CWDD) culinary + wellness coaching program. And serving a small local Chicago clients as a Gourmet Chef. Milan went from working as a commercial print model which emphasized focusing on self to reinventing herself to focusing on the inner beauty that starts with health, wellbeing and the quality of food we eat. Offering online education programs, private wellness coaching, and memberships.

**If you are looking for a new, healthy way get healthier without dieting, I hope this blog post has been helpful in helping you find that path.

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