Does your life need a self care makeover? Or maybe a complete revolution?

Today’s guest, Rory Callaghan has a clear vision, to be part of creating Blue Zones globally, working towards good healthcare for all people at all ages, regardless of birth right. He works to create a platform for human centric health and wellbeing; a collaboration where SelfCare leaders share their wisdom openly and freely in the benefit of humankind.

Selfcare is learning to take ownership and take care of ourselves. Imagine the world could live in if we were to fill our own cup and serve from overflow. Imagine the ripple effect for our families and our communities with the collective compound of change that starts with SelfCare.

Rory shares the importance of giving ourselves time to change – at least 12 months of time. To have powerful, sustainable health and lifestyle changes, we can’t seek the quick fixes.

Some of our topics this episode:

  • Pain being the catalyst for change
  • How to honor your self care needs
  • What are the daily rituals for a healthy, happy life
  • Creating an environment for your wellbeing

Learn more about Rory’s mission and get your own copy of his e-book at SelfCare.Global and join the Facebook community, SelfCare Daily Rituals. Find him on Instagram @rorykc or find him on Facebook.

Take care of your physical, mental, and emotional health with the online membership – Remote Yogi Tribe. Your first two weeks are on me, then you can grab 10% off your membership using the code “HUMAN”.

Keep up with my travel and adventures @theremoteyogi and find tons of free resources on how to live with more confidence at theremoteyogi.blog.

Do you have a human experience story? Maybe you did something embarrassing on a first date or hit your height of burnout in the middle of an important meeting with your boss? I want to hear about it! Submit your stories to [email protected] and I’ll share them at the end of our upcoming episodes. 

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