Self care is very personal. How we identify or value it will vary person to person. By making it authentic it will have a higher impact.
By introducing routine for self care it makes it less tedious. Less a choir. I.e if it's every day you set 30 min aside or after doing activity A, a self care activity B follows. You will forget that you go out of your way for self care. Bit like if you auto pilot home from work without thought but know you easily did it unconsciously.
Then the fun stuff... DISCOVERING YOU. Write a lit of things you enjoy already, what things you would like to do for a hobby, personal goals, environmental things you would like or find comforting. Then a week ahead you can slot them into your routine time. As you start to really resonate to a few you will see yourself really embracing the activities. Others you will swap out.
-I might just give myself 5 minutes of reflection and self praise after doing something emotionally or physically complicated and get zaps of personal comfort and happiness that way.
-Grounding myself in nature to pause on western style living. Bare feet walking on grass, walk mindfully in a park, watch a sunset etc
-Something relaxing, get a massage, read a book, yoga, have a bath or try something artsy
-Socialising: signing up for community based events so i meet more like minded people or see friends/family.
Hope this helps?