For years I’ve wanted to have a healthy self imagine, to love myself for just being me. But for years what I thought of myself was mostly what I thought where else thought of me. This year I decided was the year I’d put the time and energy into learning who I am and why that’s enough. Here’s the first party of what I’ve learned so far.
I take my body for granted so many times and treat it horribly in the meantime. Here’s what I really want to say to my beautiful breathing body!
Why is it I just feel bad that I keep eating treats!? Why does my brain choose to focus on the one aspect that I’m not doing particularly well at instead of all the good I’m doing!?
We are so ready to say goodbye to February, and have more faith in what March will bring.
How do I know what the essentials I need to do are!? The answer came to me after meditating.
I started a few new habits in January, I was going strong but recently lost all my momentum. Here’s what I learned from the experience.
I realized today that I’m still in survival mode. I thought I was coming out of it. I willed myself out of it and I saw glimpses of my normal self. But I’m still stuck on survival mode.
Learning to love your body after having children can be a process. Here are my thoughts 6 months postpartum from my last baby.
I didn’t love feeling those things, heaven knows I was praying for them to hurry up, I am glad that he was able to help me connect to my C-sections in a deeper way.
I haven’t always been great at New Year’s resolutions, but I’m beginning to understand what it means to treat each day like it’s the beginning of the rest of your life. I am grateful for this knowledge because I am taking this year especially to take the time to rediscover me after bringing all my children into this world.