Holistic Plan: Caring For Self

1. Personal Assessment Made an assessment of self on body/mind/spirit dimensions. Describes current diet, exercise routine, and study habits/schedule; relaxation, renewal. Described spiritual practices (prayer, meditation, spending time in nature, etc.).This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome2. Developing Goals. Looked at self-assessment and critically evaluated it. Identified which activities are fulfilling to self in mind-body-spirit? Which areas need attention? Wrote specific goals to address mind-body-spirit self-care.This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome3. Setting the intention. Describe how will set an intention for wholeness and balance in his/her lifeThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome4. Paying attention to self-talk. Demonstrated listening to and reflecting upon inner dialogue. Identified an inner critic or an inner coach; always negative or try to be open and nonjudgmental?This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome5. Simplifying life. Described how self organizes/simplifies/reduces or eliminates clutter and redundancy. Gave specific examples, such as organizing workspace or setting limits on time on social media.This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome6. Developing comic vision. Described how to include positive humor in life. Described activities that bring joy, e.g., watching a funny film or sit-com. Explored new ways to develop comic vision such as laughter yoga.This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome7. Building support systems Identified who supports self emotionally/spiritually/holistically? Discussed how will nurture healthy supportive relationships and how will address unhealthy relationships.This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome8. Exploring holistic modalities Identified holistic modalities noted in Table 2 of Riley (2003) that have tried or want to utilize in support of self-care; discussed how will use these modalities. Included references for chosen modalities.This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome9. Applying self-care at work Discussed how will care for self at work. Included examples such as preparing a nourishing and appealing lunch, using breaks for meditation or prayer, listening to music during commute, etc.This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Overall Scholarship Plan has a logical flow. Use the 9 criteria above as subheading.150-200 words per section/criteria are required and free of spelling and grammatical errors.No title page and reference page needed. Use your full name as running head and appear on each page, include page numbers.

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