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Reflecting Void Thoughts Podcast 03 | Practice self-love and self-care every day

Practice self-love and self-care every day

Welcome to the third episode of Reflecting Void Thoughts. In this episode, I am talking about how to incorporate practices that cultivate self-love and self-care in our day-to-day life.

The most important point to remember is that self-love doesn’t mean that one is being selfish. Self-love nourishes a person from inside out.

Click on the SoundCloud link above or the player below to listen to the episode.

Check out the previous episodes here.


An IT Professional, an author, an accidental blogger, a lover of words and a recent self-care addict. I love stringing words together, which I lovingly call a poem. You can read my affair with words at Void Thoughts( and Reflections..(

6 thoughts on “Reflecting Void Thoughts Podcast 03 | Practice self-love and self-care every day

  1. Self care and self love are so difficult to achieve as we are always out to please others first. I had read the post by Shilpa about mental health and agreed with her tip of exercise which you have endorsed too. Its the hormones which get a kick start via this and thats what triggers all of our activity- mental and otherwise. Great podcast Vinitha

    1. Exercise is a key ingredient in our well being, both physical and mental. Growing up I haven’t seen many people choosing such a lifestyle. If anything exercising, something as simple as going for a walk, was considered as rich people’s lifestyle or older people’s as recommended by a doctor.
      Thanks for listening, Shalini. 🙂

  2. Practicing self-love can be challenging for many of us but it is the best gift that we can gift to ourselves. I love my Me-Time every day! Nothing calms and makes me happier than doing things I love or just spending some quiet time.
    You have a very sweet voice, Vinitha! Loved listening to you!

    1. Oh yes, me-time is my favorite part of the day too. I love to wake up earlier than the rest of the house, brew my tea and write in my journal and enjoy my cuppa.
      Thank you. Sounds like you didn’t hear the trembles in the voice. 😀 Thanks for listening and commenting, Shilpa. <3

  3. The best part about this podcast for me was when you said spa day or skin care ritual doesn’t mean self care for you but writing in a journal does. I absolutely identify with this. Doing a skin care regime proves to be exhausting for me or for that matter even oiling my hair, leaving it for 1-2 hours and then the pressure of washing the hair. I may sound lazy in this.
    Staying away from toxic people physically is possible but it is difficult to take them out of our heads, especially when they are people we are not supposed to distant yourself from.
    Okay. One more thing I liked is and which you sort of emphasize is no need of having too many friends and just a few good ones will do. I have been feeling quite bitter in the past few days (yes it is happening again) as why my wavelength matches with nobody I meet in the world. Am I snobbish or snooty?

    1. I knew you would be able to relate to that, Anamika. 🙂
      Precisely why we need to stay away from toxic people. The kind of toxicity they spread, knowingly or unknowingly, stays with us for a long time. I agree with you, sometimes close ones are the cause and how can we fix it?
      Hey, you have successfully trimmed your friends list with the ones you are comfortable with and I admire you for that. But yeah, even in that list sometimes there will be an alignment issue which is okay. Otherwise, you will end up talking to Anamika who differs in just appearance. You are neither snobbish nor snooty. You are unique. <3

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