Glad you’re taking care of yourself now. Self-care and knowing …

Comment on 14 Simple Ways to Reduce Stress by Kella Campbell.

Glad you’re taking care of yourself now. Self-care and knowing when you’ve exceeded your limits is so important. I hope this means the rest of the summer will be more positive for you.

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Ashley bounces between Atlanta, GA + Charleston, WV with her husband and two small dogs for life and work. If she’s not writing or blogging, she can usually be found cooking, reading, or watching baseball. Follow her on Twitter @ashleyfromfbl

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