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Next week (18-24 Nov) is national #SelfCareWeek – For many common illnesses, like colds, flu and tummy upsets, ther… https://t.co/r3P632mnLr
Next week (18-24 Nov) is national #SelfCareWeek – For many common illnesses, like colds, flu and tummy upsets, ther… https://t.co/0LojEmRNlx
RT @SelfCareForum: Just two days to go! Join our #SCWchat to talk all things #selfcareforlife. @HelenDon_RCN @SelfCareWeekEU @@Selfcarefe
RT @SWLincs_NHS: 1 week to go! 😃 Come along, meet local organisations and find out more about #SelfCareForLife during #SelfCareWeek Date/t…
RT @SelfCareForum: Are you ready to help people think #selfcareforlife? Only 3 days to go until #selfcareweek! @PAGBselfcare @HelenDon_RCN…
RT @NHSEastBerksCCG: To support #selfcareforlife, we've launched an on-line toolkit for local residents - https://t.co/LGN5ZRxqIK @RBWM @sl
To support #selfcareforlife, we've launched an on-line toolkit for local residents - https://t.co/LGN5ZRxqIK @RBWMhttps://t.co/JNryk2s9Q9
RT @BAPENUK: Next week is Self Care Week 18-24 November. A national awareness week that focuses on embedding support for self care across c…
RT @TheLinkCentreUK: How do you make time for self-care in this increasingly busy world? Do you read a book? Have a hot drink? Treat your…
RT @SelfCareForum: Only three days to go! Join us for our #selfcareweek #SCWchat on Monday at mid-day. We have some special guest tweeters…
RT @TheLinkCentreUK: 1. Prioritise sleep Sleep can have a positive effect on your physical and emotional state. Incorporating a relaxin…
RT @TheLinkCentreUK: 2. Say no when you need to It can be difficult to say no, but it’s important not to burn yourself out. Once you ha…
RT @TheLinkCentreUK: 3. Schedule some self-care time Allow yourself a little bit of time each day to do something for you. It doesn’t h…
RT @SelfCareForum: Only three days to go! Join us for our #selfcareweek #SCWchat on Monday at mid-day. We have some special guest tweeters…

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