Must Love Crows

andrea scoretz - wellness writer - must love crows

I’m Andrea, and I create content that inspires self-care and female empowerment.

I share the lessons I’ve learned and the tools that have helped me learn to value myself via blog posts and weekly newsletters (and in a book I’m currently writing.)

Over the years I’ve noticed a need for accessible clarity when it comes to self-care, Ie, time-conscious and affordable acts of self-care that actually work.

You need self-care: it’s a gateway to self-love. But it get’s confusing, trying to figure out what steps to take to release the self-directed ugh-ness.

More often than not, self-care feels like an elusive pipe-dream. Getting your hands on a self-help book, or finding the time to read it may be a feat in and of itself.

And therapists, life coaches, wellness retreats, yoga workshops, and weekend getaways aren’t accessible to everyone, either financially, physically, or time-wise.

That’s where acknowledging the power of smaller acts of self-love come into play.

Bigger isn’t better when it comes to self-care. Any time or effort you put into taking care of yourself has a positive effect on your health and wellness.

And any act of self-care is an act of self-love

If you’re vibing with what I’m preaching about then sign up for my weekly newsletter.

You’ll get weekly self-care insights and resources, and my One Minute Meditation Guide, made for wellness seekers with serious time-constraints, for free.

xo.

A

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