Dr. Elizabeth Whitaker

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I hope this finds you healthy, well and maintaining good spirits. Whether you are still going to work, working from home, or in self-isolation each has its challenges and difficulties. The longer this goes on, I know the harder it is to stay positive. However, I remain confident that we will emerge from this and adapt to the new normal.
“Self-care is giving the world the best of you, instead of what’s left of you.” – Katie Reed
So how do we self-care in such difficult times? What can we focus on to obtain a positive outlook?  So besides the basics of eating healthy, moderate alcohol intake, and plenty of sleep – here are a few suggestions:
  • Go for a walk in nature.
  • Write a list of affirmations.
  • Do a guided meditation.
  • Turn off your phone.
  • Make a stop-doing list.
  • Keep a gratitude journal.
  • Even if you are home and not leaving the house, get dressed, put on makeup, you may feel better.
  • Savor a cup of tea or glass of wine.
  • Treat your skin to a facial mask.
  • Focus on your skincare regimen.
  • Get your skin glow on!
In short, do what you can to keep your spirits up…your mental and emotional well-being are important to your physical health. It is important that we not neglect self-care during these trying times.
We hope that we will see a time without COVID-19, sooner rather than later, when we can see you again in person. We remain available to you by phone and virtual visits to address any concerns that you may have. We currently plan to reopen in May, but realize this may change as it has continued to do on a frequent basis. We will continue to keep you informed of our plans.
When this extraordinary time passes, we look forward to assisting you with all your personal aesthetic concerns. Until then, virtual visits and complementary virtual consultations will be available by Zoom, doxy.me, and FaceTime. Please call the office to schedule yours at (678) 888-3223 or visit www.AtlantaFaceAndBody.com for more information. Stay safe and well!
All my best!
Dr. Elizabeth