When it comes to Facebook, I am typically more voyeur than participant. Staying abreast of local happenings and observing the day to day lives of friends and family while remaining comfortably invisible on the couch in my living room. The comments are a momentary window into the minds of acquaintances and strangers alike; sometimes entertaining and amusing, sometimes prophetic but all too often distressing and hostile.
Before we begin, make sure you read a little about the Law of Attraction Basics so you have a better understanding of what I mean by raising your vibrations to manifest quicker.
Here are my top 6 tips on how to better love yourself! ♡
Another day, another chance.
This is a love story about oneself. This story is intended to uplift and support women on self expression.
I moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico from Baltimore, Maryland back in November 2019. I stayed with a few friends in Ojo Caliente for Thanksgiving, and then December to now I’ve been car camping. Some days I am able to get a hotel or hostel room. I have stayed with some friends I have made in town, but for the most part, it’s me, my Jeep and a sleeping bag.
So, what are limiting beliefs? They are any belief you have that hinders your ability to reach your goals and they are very powerful. Most limiting beliefs stem from our childhood or past experiences we’ve been through. The way we were raised also plays a rule in limiting beliefs & most of them are deeply rooted. This makes them hard to find especially because we believe them to be true and we have lived with them for so long. I look at it as an invisible barrier that literally stops you from achieving what you want in life. Limiting beliefs are NOT true, because each and every single one of us are able to achieve anything we want in life, we just have to BELIEVE we can.
I really didn’t want to write about this today, but it was the prompt I pulled randomly out of my box of journal prompts so I challenged myself to tackle this topic. Writing about relationships that are draining seemed like a difficult topic because I am picky about who I allow in my life so I didn't think I had any truly draining relationships, but as I started writing, the relationship I discovered I did and the most draining relationship I found surprised me.
As we know that every good thing has an end, we know that every weekend has an end too.
Improving your life doesn't have to be a major overhaul of your choices leading up to this point. There are plenty of little things you can do to make it better right now. Start small, and let your new choices influence where you go in the future.
Don’t watch the clock. Do what it does. Keep Going. That quote is plastered on posters meant to be inspirational for employees in thousands of workplaces. Typically, that poster is mounted next to the one with the adorable kitten dangling from a rope with a caption that reads, “hang in there.”
Being in a relationship with yourself is a concept we should all explore, no matter where we are with our dating lives. Being in a good place with who you are now and who you are constantly evolving into is key in successful relationships with other people. It requires a lot of time and energy to understand where you are emotionally and set healthy boundaries for yourself, but it is important if you want to improve your mental health and create long lasting connections with yourself and other people. I have spent a lot of time basking in the single life, and while being with someone has its benefits, I always remind myself that the only relationship I can count on lasting forever is the one I have with myself - this is why I maintain it as best I can and check in with myself when times get hard. I am by no means an expert on self love and great relationships - I’ve had my fair share of heartbreaks and pity parties, and that’s okay, we are only human. These are just things I have learned on my journey with loving myself and sharing that love with other people.