Honor Your Own Body
At some point, we all have that moment where our bodies just don't seem like enough — not thin enough or strong enough or fast enough or energetic enough. It's easy to get sucked down the path of self-loathing or hating your own body. and Alexon both, however, emphasize the importance of building a good relationship with your body.
Alexon focuses on what she calls "intuitive eating": "It's about helping people heal their relationship with food and learning to be understanding and kind to themselves and appreciate food for what it does for your body." Stuckwisch, meanwhile, recommends self-care as a means of "refilling your cup": "Life is not simply about giving to others but also about receiving, and self-care is a receiving action. Self-care is not about being selfish and disregarding others. On the contrary, it's about recognizing that your cup needs to be filled up in a way that will help you be better for others that you are doing life with, in both a personal and professional sense. There's only one you in this world. Take good care of her, all of her — she deserves it!"