If You’re An Libra, Do This Self-Care Routine

Libras, born between September 22 and October 23, are harmony-loving creatures (via Prep Scholar). While they are highly social and can make friends easily with virtually anyone, they can become very stressed and emotionally exhausted when faced with conflict. Even when they are not directly involved in the kerfuffle, Libras tend to want to step in and help both sides see reason. Because they are so capable of putting themselves in others’ shoes and seeing things from all sides, however, decision-making can also be challenging and often stressful for them. 

Libras love aesthetic beauty, and they can deeply appreciate the majesty of a beach sunset, the poetry of a painting, or the loveliness of a perfectly-decorated home. As such, clutter and mess can also stress out a Libra. They tend to be idealists and have high expectations of themselves and those in their lives, which means while they tend to be loving, affectionate, supportive partners, they can be easily hurt and stressed out by strife in their love lives. 

When all of these stressors start to get you down, Libra, here are some self-care tips to counteract the worries and get you back to your magnetic, optimistic self.   

The best self care for Libras

You often put others’ feelings before your own, Libra, and so the idea of self care, something that is done by you just for you can feel like an alien concept; you may even feel guilty. But you shouldn’t! Pouring from an empty cup isn’t possible. You need to refill your own energy and wellness before you can help anyone else, and you deserve the love, understanding, and care you so readily give to others. It’s great to create harmony around you, but you need to prioritize harmony within you, too!

First, as a Libra, you are a natural communicator; people likely often spill their secrets to you and rely on you for sage advice. Give yourself some of that thoughtful attention by journaling (via Little Infinite). Just as you naturally have an objective view of others’ feelings and issues, reading your own unedited words and feelings back to yourself will help you to gather a clearer, more objective view of yourself and what you need in the moment.

Next, consider getting outside. Because you appreciate the beauty of nature, disconnecting from your smartphone and lying on a beach or walking in the woods or reading in the grass at a part can do a lot of good for your soul. Immerse yourself in the calming natural beauty around you, and breathe. 

Also, because your appreciation for aesthetics translates to your own person, getting a facial, a manicure, or a makeover can help you feel like your charming, effervescent self!  

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