My Self Care Sunday Routine

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      HAPPY NEW YEAR Y’ALL! I’m still trying to get it into my head that it’s actually 2020. When I was younger, 2020 always seemed to be so futuritsic, and for some reason I imagined flying cars. 😀 I’ve mentioned before that 2020 is my year of empowerment, but it’s also my year of self care! So, I figured, why not start this year off by sharing my personal self care routine with you guys. 🙂

       I should mention that I’m not perfect so, I don’t always meet all of my self care goals. This is my ideal self care Sunday routine, and I am still implementing healthy habits. 🙂 I will also be completing my Self Care Challenge over the next 12 days! 

Sunday Mornings


       One of the very first things I like to do after waking up in the morning is manifest. I take the first 5 – 10 minutes of my morning to complete my devotional, and follow it up with a prayer. I thank God for the things he’s provided for me thus far, I pray for my friends and family, and I pray for the things I want to accomplish. The Bible says “death and life are in the power of the tongue” {Proverbs 18:21, NKJ}, and I wholeheartedly believe that. I interpret this scripture as your words have power, therefore you should speak positivity into your life. So, following my prayer I like to do just that.


         Church has always been a huge part of my life, but I’ll admit, since I’ve been in college I haven’t taken the time to prioritize God the way I should. After an on going search, I have just recently found a new church home in Savannah, Georgia. I attend Overcoming By Faith pastored by Ricky Temple.

Sunday Afternoons


      I am a firm believer in being a tourist in your own town. Savannah is such a beautiful and historic city with  so much to offer. So, on Sunday afternoons I take the time to explore Savannah, and get out of my comfort zone. There are hundreds of unique local restaurants, with experiences that you can’t get anywhere else. 

Sunday Evenings



Sunday Nights


       I usually just take a few minutes to look over my calendar to see which assignments I have due within the next week. I’ll set aside certain times, or days for when I want to complete a certain task to ensure I’m not procrastinating. 


       I know reading may seem a little boring, but I’ve recently gotten back into it. Whether it’s reading a few poems or a few pages from a book, I make time for it. Since, I’ve matured I like to read things that have substance or meaning to them. I’m also beginning to read just to educate myself on different topics.

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16 thoughts on “My Self Care Sunday Routine

  1. Thank you for sharing your routine! I’m always looking for new ideas to incorporate into my routine and visiting a new local restaurant sounds like something I need to do. I live in New Orleans, so I KNOW there is so much good food I’m missing.

  2. I love your routine! I appreciate that it’s a good balance of traditional self-care activities and things that people don’t think about, like planning. And congratulations on finding a new church home!

  3. Sundays are hard for self care for me since it’s the day we have to try to do everything before the week starts! But I can definately tell the difference when I make the effort to include some self-care stuff during the day. Lovely post

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