After such a long confinement, it’s not always easy to go back to our former routine and good habits, such as following a timetable, managing the pressure at work ...
So being patient and understanding with yourself is essential, and above all being kind.
The words we use affect our mind enormously, so avoid saying I'm useless, I'm an idiot or I'm ugly. Something that we apply naturally with children, so why not with us?
Besides, as our brain believes everything we say, we can go wild:
Confidence comes from within and believe it or not, but it will subconsciously inspire you to make an effort.
Remember I gave you a whole list of positive thoughts in my article Be Positive.
Not to mention all the nice words I used in my wedding vows during My Solo Wedding in Santorini!
In my last video (below), I explain the benefits to surround yourself with objects with positive messages:
But the trick I've always used, post-its! I stick them on the walls, the fridge, the mirrors… Like that, I’m sure to see them, no need to think about them or spend a special affirmation time.
And each time I want to improve an aspect of my personality or my lifestyle, I create a new one, the latest one:
I love working out at home!
If you read my article from last week Quarantine Queen, you understand why ...
I also like to surround myself with colourful objects or that represent characters or animals that I love, nothing better to make me smile and de-stress.
My Favourite Animals
"Believe in your dreams and they may come true. Believe in yourself and they will surely come true. "
You know how much I love meditation and if you haven't tried it yet, I highly recommend it. I’ll dedicate a special article about it soon. But for today, at the end of the article, an easy meditation of 20 minutes that everyone can do, beginners too. It's guided by Jeffrey Allen, thanks to Mindvalley.
My other favourite coaches of the moment: Paul McKenna, Michael Beckwith, Jim Kwik, and Marisa Peer (I’ve already mentioned her in my article Quarantine).
Read my previous articles:
Have a great week everyone!
Love & Kindness,