The Andie Summers Show

Weekdays 5:30AM-10AM

Self Care is anything you do to take care of yourself so you can stay physically, mentally, and emotionally well.

The Andie Summers Show is a No Judgement Zone. We’re all about mental health and making sure that we’re doing what we need to do keep out minds, hearts, and bodies in a good space. There are so many things you can do to make yourself feel well – or just escape what makes you feel badly. Here’s what we do!

  • Andie Summers' Self Care

    I admittedly have a difficult time getting to the gym or motivating myself to do yoga, two things that I love. Why can’t I just go? I don’t know, but I’ll tell you, when I get a good sweat on or practice yoga, it makes me a better person, to myself and those around me.

    The other thing I do for self care is bronzer. Yep. I’m that superficial. When my body is tan it looks better and that makes me feel better.

  • Jeff Kurkjian's Self Care

    I love to work out. Wait, stay with me. I don’t actually LOVE it but after I’m done, man do I feel so much better about myself. I sleep better, I feel like I am allowed to eat dessert if I workout, so great.
    But also a less common form of self care for is calling friends or family while in the car to catch up. I love hearing about how people are doing, seeing if they need any help or talking to them about things in my life.
  • Donnie's Self Care

    I really enjoy taking a nice warm bath.  Bubbles or no bubbles, just sitting in warm water is very relaxing to me.
    Another thing that I do on a daily basis is put my headphones on and create YouTube playlists of artists greatest hits.  I have done this for about 65 different artists in all different genres.  It helps with music knowledge, it gets me to learn more about the artist, and it helps me find obscure songs that I didn’t know existed.
  • Shannon's Self Care

    Cross-stitching is my self-care. During the first month of lockdown in 2020, I was desperate to find a hobby. I discovered cross-stitching and have been using that as a form of self-care for the past two years. I am one that falls into the trap of constantly checking my phone. When I’m cross-stitching, my hands are too busy to scroll mindlessly on my social media apps and I’m able to shut out the rest of the world. After completing a project, I feel confident, proud, and accomplished because I get to say, “I did that!”