September Self-Care with Eldimaa Fashion

Let’s face it, it’s not just been a long year, it’s been a long year and a half. For many of us, not only has it taken a toll on us physically, but mentally too.
Too often we neglect our own health, both mental and physical, so why not take this opportunity to remedy that. With September ebbing to a close, why not take this opportunity to practice some self-care and to take a moment for yourself.

Enjoy a pastime you love

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What with work, kids and general life getting in the way, taking a moment to enjoy a pastime or hobby you love. Whether it’s picking up your favourite book, enjoying a spot of sport or a crafty pastime like art, why not set an hour or two aside to embrace an activity you love and lose yourself for a moment or two.

Pamper Session


Whether you want to splash out on a spa day or create your own DIY one at home, there is nothing that makes you feel more zen than a pamper session dedicated to you. Why not take a relaxing bubble bath with some scented candles and your favourite glass of something. Put on your favourite bonnet and treat yourself to your favourite face mask. Be it a pedicure or manicure, a massage or an energising foot bath, there is so much you can do to make a special day for you.

Catch up on your favourite series


How many times have you added something to your watchlist or told a friend, “I’ve been meaning to watch that.” There are only so many hours in a day, and often you find that committing hour after hour to a series or box-set can be difficult. Why not try and set yourself some time aside, where you can enjoy a moment of piece and quiet, watching your favourite show and munching on your favourite snacks.



Cooking and baking can be incredibly therapeutic, especially when you set some time aside to make a family favourite or an indulgent recipe. Put a bit of music on and loose yourself in a delicious recipe. If you opt for cooking, why not look into some tasty healthy recipes to look after your mind and body.

Talk about you feelings


If this past year and a half has taught us anything, it’s the need to talk about our feelings. Whether that’s professionally, with family or friends, or writing your thoughts and feelings down in a diary, you’ll find not bottling things up is essential for your mental health and well-being, can feel therapeutic and make you feel much more at piece.

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