Top 12 Self-Care Blogs to Share with Young Clients

Regardless of what industry you’re in, you’d do well to make younger clients and prospects a top priority.

This is true whether you’re a real estate agent courting first-time homebuyers, a financial advisor looking to connect with millennial investors, or any other service-based sales professional committed to a sustainable practice.

The thing about younger clients is that they aren’t so easily won over by traditional marketing campaigns. Instead, you’ll need to win them over by being open, authentic, and committed to providing value.

One way to do this is by sharing high-quality content on social media. But, when you’re busy trying to run a business, finding all that content can be challenging.

To help you out, we’ve put together a list of 12 great self-care and wellness blogs you can use to offer value to busy (possibly stressed out) young clients and prospects. Plus, we’ve even included some sample copy for each piece of content—feel free to modify the copy or simply use as is.

(And, if you need help sharing this content with your clients, check out our quick video tutorial.)

Five Healthy Ways to Start Your Day

Five Healthy Ways to Start Your Day

Sample copy: “A great morning is key to a great day! Make sure to start yours off right.”

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The Best Deep Breathing Techniques to Beat Anxiety

The Best Deep Breathing Techniques to Beat Anxiety

Sample copy: “Bookmark this useful article for the next time you need to put things in perspective.”

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Declutter Your Mind with Bullet Journaling

Declutter Your Mind with Bullet Journaling

Sample copy: “Journaling is a great way to get your mind in order, which will help make you more productive.”

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Natural Ways to Fall Asleep

Natural Ways to Fall Asleep

Sample copy: “Having a hard time getting a good night’s rest? Try out some of these natural solutions.”

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Best FREE Meditation Apps

Best FREE Meditation Apps 

Sample copy: “Whether you’re feeling stressed out or simply need to regain your focus, a little meditation can go a long way.”

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6 Ideas for Self-Care Sunday

6 Ideas for Self-Care Sunday

Sample copy: “How are you celebrating #SelfCareSunday this week?”

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Health Benefits of Owning Plants

Health Benefits of Owning Plants

Sample copy: “Plants don’t just make your home look prettier—there are some real, physical benefits to having them around!”

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Small Changes for a Happier Home

Small Changes for a Happier Home

Sample copy: “Here are a few small steps you can take to make your space a little brighter.”

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The Hydration Checklist

The Hydration Checklist

Sample copy: “Don’t get dehydrated—print out this checklist and hang it somewhere you know you’ll see it!”

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Set the Tone of Your Home with Aromatherapy

Set the Tone of Your Home with Aromatherapy

Sample copy: “There’s a reason why essential oils are so popular. Do you have a diffuser in your home?”

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Exercising Before Breakfast: Fact or Myth?

Exercising Before Breakfast: Fact or Myth?

Sample copy: “A healthy breakfast and exercise will set you up to have an amazing morning, but do you know which you should do first?”

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Digital Headache Remedies

Digital Headache Remedies

Sample copy: “When your job involves looking at screens all day, it can take a physical toll. Check out these remedies to reduce headaches, along with other aches and pains.”

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We hope these blogs help you strengthen connections with all of your clients and prospects.

Remember to follow up with everyone who likes, comments, or shares—after all, regular communication with your clients is the key to more repeat transactions and referrals.

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Written by Kevin McElvaney

Zealous wordie and reluctant writer of short bios. I'm dedicated to creating useful and educational content.