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Sabrina Carpenter in Bathing Suit Says "Capri Sunnn"

Here is how the 23-year-old prioritizes self-care.

Sabrina Carpenter is going retro in Capri! The actress and singer is currently vacationing in Italy with her friends, showing off her figure in a vibrant print, Etro swimsuit. "Capri sunnn," she captioned a series of snaps and videos taken from the trip. How does the 23-year-old star prioritize health and wellness? Read on to see 6 of Sabrina Carpenter's top self-care tips and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!



Keep Focused On Tomorrow

Sabrina emphasizes the importance of reminding yourself that there is light at the end of the tunnel. "Sometimes I think to myself, 'Wow I made it through yesterday.' I really do think the last couple of years of my life have been kinda like that continuously. I've been really shocked at my resilience and my perseverance," she told StyleCaster, adding "as things get harder and more confusing and trivializing, it's a really beautiful moment with yourself to know that you are capable of pushing through really tough times and always being able to find the light moments even in those really dark times. That's something I've been trying to do more of recently." She continued, "Every time I've been in a situation that's been very low, there's always been an after," she said. "I do try to remind myself of that. It is hard, though."


Focus on the Positive, Not the Negative

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Sabrina has opened up about her anxiety. "I get the most anxiety is when I'm zoomed in and I'm so focused on so many little different things, and the second I go 'wait, pause,' it's a lot easier to realize that some things are not so great, but some things are better," she told StyleCaster. She tries not to listen to the outside chatter. "Life is too short to allow outside forces inside and to allow them to affect your life and your journey. The more that you listen to other people's opinions, you really make your choices based off of them, you're going to be living with those choices in the future, not them. If it's not the things that you want, and the choices that you want to make, you're going to get yourself in a bit of trouble."


Take Breaks From Social Media

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Sabrina often times takes a step back from social media. "I think everyone gets to that point where it's like, 'You know what? I'm gonna touch grass and go for a walk.' So I got to that point. Now it feels a bit more vague and atmospheric," she told Flaunt. "We don't realize how much we depend on it, and how much we consume it. We're consuming things we don't want to see, but it pops up in front of us, and it's there, and we're stuck with our feelings. But I think the best thing for me, sometimes, is to just not look at it." 



Sabrina's Instagram feed is filled with videos of herself dancing. Whether she is rehearsing for her latest music video or on the Broadway stage of Mean Girls, breaking a sweat tto music helps her stay in shape. 


Drink Water with Lemon

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In an interview with Vogue, Sabrina revealed that "drinking ice cold water with lemon every morning" is her go-to morning ritual. It "has been a very very big staple in my life to make me feel like I'm awake, I'm alert, to wake up my skin, kind of get the blood pumping and flowing," she said. 


Use Essential Oils


Another self-care trick of Sabrina's? Essential oils. "Another thing that I also love to use just in general, I'm a big fan of essential oils," Sabrina told Vogue. "I've always kinda been taking them with me on the road. This one is peppermint, so it's super strong but I put it on the back of my neck. She also puts it on her temples and her wrists. "Inhale very deeply and it's very strong but it makes me feel great."


Leah Groth
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