Common Blind Spots When Working On Self-Care

“Self-care is giving the world the best of you, instead of what’s left of you.”

~ Katie Reed

When it comes to self-care, we all have our blind spots. These are aspects of ourselves that we may not fully recognize, whether they be personality traits, feelings, or actions. However, by becoming fully aware of these blind spots, we can make significant strides in our self-care journey.

You Avoid Conflict

When we constantly give in to others just to avoid conflict, we compromise our credibility and end up feeling miserable. It’s crucial to address this blind spot and stand firm in our own beliefs and values.

Not Letting Toxic People Go

Associating with toxic individuals can hinder our self-development and make it difficult to remain positive. By distancing ourselves from toxic relationships and surrounding ourselves with positive role models, we can vastly improve our lives.

You Are Continually Late

Being continually late lowers our trustworthiness and can cause issues in personal relationships and at work. Additionally, it makes it harder to stick to the changes we make for our self-care.


It takes time to adopt new habits and see the benefits of self-care, so impatience can lead to frustration and giving up too soon. Working on becoming more patient from the start is essential if we want to experience the long-term benefits of our hard work.

Identifying these blind spots and addressing them is key to overcoming the challenges of self-care and increasing our chances of success.

So, let’s embark on this journey of self-discovery and make positive changes in our life as we journey towards becoming a healthy goddess.