Let’s think about doing things just for you.
In the same way you would take time to restore your muscles, it’s important to take time to restore your emotions.
Hard core self love.
I take a lot of time to listen to my body and my mind, because I really think that’s where all the answers come from.
I suppose it’s a meditation in a way; the key is awareness.
Knowing what your body actually needs to feel good, the same for your mind, helps you to take responsibility for your own happiness.
Do more things for you.
Things that make you feel good.
Dance on your own. Twerk it all out if you feel like it.
Laugh at yourself.
Be conscious of your personal development.
Of course it’s easier said than done, it’s hard to find the time, but I think you can always make time.
I love taking the time to reevaluate where I’m at. What I want going forward. Making sure I know what actually makes me feel good. Be candid and honest with yourself. Being honest with yourself is damn hard, but trust me, it’s worth it.
I feel like every time I do this something changes. I feel more focussed. More bad ass.
All the feel good vibes.
Connect to yourself fully.
And trust yourself.
I know a few people who seem to find it difficult to spent time on their own. Give it a try. I take a lot of time to do things that truly serve me – maybe even too much – and they usually involve being alone.
But I’ve found that the more love you can give to yourself, the more love you can give to others. It grows exponentially.
There’s a huge difference between being alone and being lonely.
And treat YO’SELF.
Know that there will always be aspects of fear in your life, you are only human. I’m my own worst critic too – take a step back and trust.
Life can get a bit much sometimes, we can get caught up in the daily grind. Always having so much to do, what’s the next task, the next move. It sounds cheesy AF but slow it all down, be a bit more in the moment. Take it all in.
I do a lot of yoga (quite often in my underwear … why the fuck not) and I take a lot of baths. I spend a lot of time with my animals, go for walks, take in my surroundings. I dance. I laugh a lot with my friends. I listen to music far too loud. That’s what makes me feel good. When I write, I go into total hermit mode, and sometimes that’s just what I need.
Be aware of yourself,
but be light and go with ease.
What do you do, just for you?