Thank you kindly Katelyn Parsons and REC Innovation Lab for going over with All Source Events LLC team the three areas of our lives that help us to prioritize ourselves and how to really create sustainable self-care, so that it can grow with us, rather than against us. Taking care of ourselves and everybody around us has become our culture. It's also equated as something that we must earn like these quotes, no pain no gain, work-hustle-repeat. These things have a cultural message that ingrains that we must amount to something before we can be worthy of self-care and the reality is that's just not true. There's a lot of problems with this because it creates an elitist division in our culture, it makes us feel selfish. It keeps us from resolving the actual problem of feeling well and feeling healthy. We want to be in a good place physically, mentally, and emotionally. It is almost guaranteed that if we are consistently hard on ourselves, we will soon be unable to achieve a sustainable rate of taking care of ourselves which can very easily lead to burn out. This quote from Gandhi about how our beliefs become our thoughts, our thoughts become our words, our words become our actions. our actions become our habits, our habits become our values and our values become our destiny.