Loving your life starts with loving and accepting everything that is you. Accept your imperfections. Be loyal to your joys. Be patient with yourself during times of self growth.
Loving your life starts by loving the world within yourself.
The inner story you tell yourself on a daily basis reflects in the outer world. Keep your inner self, your inner world healthy.
Hold higher standards for yourself
Set higher standards for yourself. If you think you deserve this, how about believing you deserve something even better?
Don’t fall in the trap of settling for less. Of thinking that you’ll never have what you dream of. Of thinking why bother?
Every single moment you have the power to create the life you dream of. Even though some things are out of your control, so much of your reality depends on your choices.
Let your choices reflect the best things you desire for yourself. Every time you choose your dreams, you’re going to meet some type of resistance: excuses, low self-esteem, the thought it’s impossible, criticism, or impatience.
You’re worthy of your grandest dreams. And your grandest dreams need your faith, loyalty, and patience.
Take care of yourself
Take better care of yourself. Prioritize your body, mental, and emotional health.
Take the steps that lead you back to health. When you feel really stressed take a break. When you feel overwhelmed, simplify your to-do list.
Become aware of your body. Have you been sitting or lying down for too long? Are you feeling stressed? Are you repressing your emotions?
Stand up. Stretch. Breathe in. Breath out.
Be compassionate with yourself
Train your mind to notice even your smallest accomplishments. Train yourself to be loving and compassionate to yourself.
Fill yourself up with encouraging thoughts like I did my best today and leave the day at that. Stop the overthinking about how your day could have gone better.
When things don’t look bright on the outside or in the inside, be fully there for yourself.
If you feel frustrated, feel frustrated. Feel lazy. Feel worried. These emotions indicate your next step.
- Let your frustrations out of your system. Write down your frustrations or share them with someone.
- Let yourself have a lazy day. Enjoy a day off: the dirty dishes, the laundry can wait.
- Explore your worry. As you do, come up with possible solutions and accept what you can’t change.
Do you tell yourself that you deserve better or do you settle for less? Do you take care of your mental, emotional and physical health? Are you the first to be there for yourself during your lows?