If you’ve been a part of the Think Tank of Three tribe for a while, you might have noticed the crickets around here. During the last few months, we have hit some roadblocks and had major changes come into our lives. Instead of trying to push on through and deliver sub-par or half-assed content, we took our own advice and took a break.

But we have regrouped, brainstormed, made some changes and updates to the site, and are now back and working to bring you more support and empowerment from successful women in our community.

We still have a bit more work to do before we are able to share our newest guests and updated posts so sit tight. I promise new content is coming and we couldn’t be more excited for it!

To keep you inspired until then, we wanted to share some of the content that we’ve been reviewing and relistening to as we build back up to Think Tanking again. In the spirit of putting on our own oxygen masks first, we pulled some of our most popular posts on Self-Care out of the vault for you.

Self-Care Blog Posts

  • How to Practice Self-Care During a Season of Uncertainty: guest post by Joyce Marter
    We love this post because the one thing we can always count on is change. She offers a helpful perspective and tips including a reminder that “this too shall pass.”
  • Stress Management Versus Self-Care: Let’s Not Lump Them Together
    It’s important to remember that self-care is not necessarily stress management. Self-care can be preventative and proactive as well as reactive and restorative. Before you book your next pedicure, hoping it’ll fix your exhaustion, check out the various ways of building stress resilience and lowering stress overall.
  • Getting Back On Track!
    Sometimes you just need to take action, even if you’re not sure what the best next step is. Need some inspiration? Check out what TTT co-host, Reischea, is doing to push herself forward.
  • What to Do When Stress From Your Personal Life Hitches a Ride to Work
    For those of us working through the pandemic, it can be difficult to keep home stressors away from work. This post gives some tips on how to identify the problem and then actions to minimize the impact – all while remembering that you’re a whole human and so work/home life will collide from time to time.

Self-Care Podcasts

The world is opening back up and our lives are changing once again. Be sure to take some time for yourself!


Are there topics you’d like us to cover? Are there guests you’d like to hear from? Let us know at thinktankofthree@gmail.com and we’ll do our best to get them included in our lineup.


Photo by Max van den Oetelaar on Unsplash.