• Detoxify from the noise. Watch, read and follow what and who contribute something toward your growth, progress and happiness.
  • Water and cultivate the things that bring you joy.
  • Don’t hold out on the nicer things just for special occasions. You deserve special all the time. Give them to yourself.
  • Support establishments and businesses that align with your ethics and ethos.
  • Give to the ones that show up. No more real estate to tenants that aren’t in escrow.
  • If there is no return on your investment, it’s bankruptcy for the soul. Your time is worth gold.
  • Cull that “friends” list. Unfriending and/or blocking is vital to protect your peace. Not all of those “friends” want the best for you and social media connections are not a unit of measure for quality.
  • Don’t wait for it or them.
  • Speak to and about yourself in a kinder manner.
  • Give yourself the grace you give others.
  • Write the unsent letter. Burn it and release the ashes to the sea. Rid yourself of those feelings they didn’t deserve.
  • Amplify your sense of gratitude.
  • It is beyond ok to say no without an explanation or apology.
  • Foster a greater sense of empathy and compassion.
  • Focus on your part of the equation, it’s the only thing you have control over.
  • Kindness is free. Use it often.
  • Sit with it before you choose to respond.
  • More living, less apologies.
  • When you’re projected on, remember that’s their shit and you don’t have to take it on. Their behavior will always say more about them than it ever will about you. Your truth will always be a shield from misplaced blame.
  • Ask for help when you really need it. The right ones will show up for you.
  • If you have to tell them how you want and need to be treated, they’re not the kind of people that belong in your life.
  • Pay compliments often.
  • Tell them you love them…. more.
  • Honor: your space, what your body and mind implore for, your integrity, her/their space and growth.
  • You don’t owe anyone shit, or your silence.
  • Read and finish the books on your nightstand.
  • You don’t “have to” do anything you don’t want to or don’t feel comfortable with.
  • Don’t believe in empty apologies with unmatched behavior.
  • Better yet, don’t wait for apologies that will never arrive. Forgive yourself instead.
  • Say “thank you” and “I appreciate you”. Often.
  • Scratch off a couple items on the “I always wanted to do/try/go there” list.
  • The relationship with Yourself will always be your greatest love story.
  • Have the days you deserve and the nights you want.
 

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