Self-care is a term we hear EVERYWHERE right now, and you’ve heard me talk about it over and over again. Today’s discussion is around the disillusionment of the self-care industry that I’m feeling, along with many others. I’m joined by Taylor Elyse Morrison, the author of Inner Workout: Strengthening Self-Care Practices for Healing Body, Soul, and Mind. Taylor is a founder, facilitator, coach, and serial entrepreneur, and she uses her coaching, mindfulness, and movement training to meet people where they are and offer actionable steps toward avoiding burnout. I’m putting Taylor on the spot by asking questions and picking her brain about common self-care struggles, and she is up for the challenge! Let’s see how this turns out!
How the consumeristic quality of today’s self-care movement ignores the marginalizations and barriers that many people experience that bring distress and hopelessness
Why Taylor urges us to ask, “Is it the Self, or is it the System?”
Why Taylor created a self-care assessment to give people “practical starting points”
How Taylor’s self-care assessment is based on the five yogic dimensions
Why self-care is often confused with pleasure as the hard work of self-care is overlooked
Why part of self-care is holding onto yourself in the presence of other people
Why wisdom is a part of self-care, along with the components of presence, self-trust, and aligned action
How curiosity and self-compassion play into effective self-care
Why Taylor is satisfied with the feedback she is getting from her book
Resources and Links:
Connect with Taylor: Website, (Buy her book, take the free self-care assessment, and join her newsletter group.) TikTok, and Instagram.
Find Taylor’s book on Amazon: Inner Workout: Strengthening Self-Care Practices for Healing Body, Soul, and Mind.
Find Inner Workout on TikTok and Instagram.
Get KC’s book, How to Keep House While Drowning
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