All posts tagged: wellbeing

3 Ways to Love Yourself More

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 …

15 ways to refresh your mind, body, & soul

Every now and then, you get signs to refresh your inner & outer sparkle ✨ . You feel like you need a break, a self-care day. You feel drained or in need of some alone time. If you’re currently in need of refreshing your mind, body, & soul, here are 15 ideas to help you regain your sparkle ✨. Read a book for the soul. Take a break. Gift yourself nature time. Have a heart-to-heart conversation. Sleep in. Rest. Do nothing. Journal. Reflect on your life through writing. Be gentle with yourself. Let go of the inner critic. Find nourishment in your connection to God. Go on an adventure 🗺️. Do something you’ve never done before. Listen to music that inspires & uplifts you. Be honest with yourself. Listen to your intuition, to your inner wisdom. Make time for quiet and solitude. Create new visions, goals, and dreams for yourself. Let go of all of the things that are not working in your life. Please let me know, what helps you regain your sparkle ✨? …

Stop causing your own stress. Seriously. Stop.

Self-caused stress is the leading cause of tense shoulders and trouble falling asleep. This is true for me. Are you causing your own stress, too? I had a major realization the week before I visited my family in Oklahoma this last week of November. If I was stressed before I left for a week of vacation, it was because I was causing my own darn stress. You’re probably thinking: well, life IS supposed to be stressful. *Cue in the sound effect of a wrong-answer buzzer*. No, life doesn’t have to be stressful all of the time.  In reflection, I realized that there are strategies I can use to be less stressed. If you ever find yourself in the same patterns of behavior that bring unnecessary stress, below are 3 strategies you can use to find a sense of peace 🕊️ and calm as you tackle your day-to-day, to-do lists. 1. give yourself enough time to do what’s important In other words, stop putting things off till the end. Become diligent and disciplined when it comes …