All posts tagged: discipline

how to have self worth

your self worth presents itself in all areas of your life. If you’re self worth is low, your standards for how the world treats you will also be low. You won’t feel worthy of nourishing relationships or fulfilling jobs. You won’t feel worthy of your dream life.  When it’s time to change your perspective on how you view yourself, you will find yourself focusing on love, becoming disciplined, and setting healthy boundaries in all areas of your life. love 💖 Focus on all of the love that is already present in your life, not the absence of it. Who are the people who love you unconditionally? Develop a healthy sense of self love. Respect, discipline, be gentle, accept, and care for yourself and your needs. If you believe in God, remember how much God loves you. You are so worthy of love. Everyone is worthy of love no matter your background, your mistakes, your failures, what you look like, or your flaws. Love is abundant and unconditional. Love is never lost.    be disciplined When …

How to Stop Feeling Green Envy

Green envy feels icky. Yet, it’s also temporary–when you stop avoiding it. There are so many ways to feel envy: Envy of someone who is in a relationship. Envy of the someone’s material possessions. Envy of someone’s qualities. Even though envy feels icky, facing envy is the first step towards dissolving it. My Personal Story Most recently, I felt a tinge of green envy as my coworker eloquently elaborated on her lesson plans for the next unit in front of our coach and supervisor. When it was my turn to share my plans, with God’s grace, I said something simple. I also commented that my coworker’s plans sounded amazing, and I found myself sharing that I didn’t feel at her level yet. I’d felt envy for a moment. Then I remembered that my coworker and I have different backgrounds. I’ve also consciously chosen to go at a slower pace because I want to prioritize peace in my life. Based on previous experience, stress can get the best of me. In that moment, I honored my …

3 Simple Tips to Help You Be Disciplined

If you’ve ever struggled with discipline you know the struggle is real with getting things done. However, as soon you learn how to apply discipline in one area of your life, it becomes easier to apply discipline in other areas of your life whether you’re studying for an exam, writing a book, or committing to a new habit. Below you will find 3 simple tips I’ve applied in my life to become disciplined in multiple areas of my life. I hope that you find them helpful! 1. Set a timer Set a timer to your desired time length. The allotted time helps you focus on the task versus spending double the time on an activity without intention. For example, you can set a timer to draft a blog post, take a nap, or learn a foreign language and commit to only work on that during, let’s say, 15 minutes. 2. Reward Yourself After you complete the task you want to build discipline in, reward yourself. The reward can be super simple like 5 minutes of …