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Self Care Spa Night

I love to make a big production of a night in. I’m talking about having the ultimate pamper night. Here are my favorite affordable things to do for a self care spa night. I think pamper nights are a great thing to add to your self care routine. Download my free mind, body and spirit worksheet below.


Make your favorite hot beverage of choice to start getting cozy AF. I love a nice cup of peppermint tea. If you’re not in the mood for a hot try making a detox water. Add some of your favorite fruits and flavors to your water. I like cucumber and mint. The longer you let the water soak the better but try to make it at least two hours beforehand.

Here are some combinations you can try:

Strawberry, cucumber, lime and mint

Lime, ginger root and basil

Lemon, raspberry and rosemary

Orange, blueberry and basil


I like to cleanup my house so I can wake up the next morning feeling really refreshed. I always wash my bed sheets because getting into clean bed sheets at night is my favorite thing. I’ll also give the house a quick vacuum and make sure all the dishes are done. Having a clean environment makes all of this feel even more luxurious.


I’m so obsessed with baths I take one almost every single night. If you don’t have a bathtub you can get a foot bath. I’m obsessed with Dr. Teals and I use their bubble bath and epsom salts. They are better than any of the fancy stuff at Sephora but they’re seriously cheap. I also like to burn some lavender oil in an essential oil burner and light some candles. I’m a huge fan of audible (go here to get two free audio books for signing up for a free trial). so I usually listen to a book while I soak. Right now I am reading You Are a Badass at Making Money: Master the Mindset of Wealth and I really recommend it if you’re looking for some financial motivation. While I’m in the bath I use a sugar scrub to exfoliate my skin.

Here’s an easy sugar scrub recipe:

1 cup white sugar

1/4 cup olive oil

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Spa Time

I like to put on a movie to watch while I do a face mask and paint my nails. I like to use the nailpolish. I get it from walgreens but you can also order online.  The have a good color selection and it’s cheap AF. I like to mix up a super simple face mask. Here are some super easy two ingredient face masks you can make for different skin types.

Oily Skin

1 Tablespoon Turmeric

1 Table spook aloe vera

Firming Mask

2 tablespoons ground coffee

2 tablespoons honey


2 teaspoons lemon juice

2 tablespoons yogurt


1/4 teaspoons cinnamon

2 tablespoons honey


I like to make a really easy and healthy meal for dinner. I have a collection of recipes you can make to help anxiety and depression that you can get here. I like to make something light and healthy. This is my favorite simple salad recipe.

6 cups salad greens
1 red apple
1 green apple
1 cup chopped walnuts
⅓ cup crumbled feta cheese
⅓ cup dried cranberries

I like to top mine with balsamic-vinaigrette


This is the perfect time to spend some time journaling and getting ready for the week. Manifest a ton of positive energy by making out a list of everything you are thankful for. You can use my free gratitude rampage worksheet that you can download before

I hope you can use these tips to have a good self care spa night. These are cheap and easy things you can do for a quite night at home. It’s always tempting to zone out in front of the TV but sometimes putting in some extra effort can make a night in special and help you you recharge.

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