Posted on 13 Feb 2018 Views 3049 Comments 13
As its nearing St. Valentine's Day and we share our hearts with our loved ones, its important to remember to learn how to feel good about and love ourselves as this can help improve our overall health and wellbeing. If you feel good about yourself then your outlook on life changes and you are more likely to be happy and healthy, which in turn will enable you to share that love with your nearest and dearest.
In the office we had a little chat and asked each other to share a few things that we really loved about ourselves - and boy it was hard! Typically we are not used to being kind about ourselves and we all found it slightly embarrassing to share such positive comments without blushing and pausing for thought.
Take time this Valentine's Day to remind yourself of what you love about yourself. We all have lots of natural attributes, talents and gifts that we often lose sight of, so what about your smile, your lovely long hair, beautiful skin, your curvaceous figure, beautiful eyes, great legs.
Are you a great parent, or grandparent, a loyal friend, or have a great sense of humour? Can you inspire others, teach, stick to a personal goal, or simply add joy and laughter to the world. We should also take time to celebrate our own personal qualities and its important that we never get so wrapped up in loving each other that we forget to love ourselves first.
Here are some ways to appreciate and reward yourself for being you:
So for the final word, as Carrie Bradshaw said… “Don’t forget to fall in love with yourself first.” And if the words came from her, then they must be true!
Share with us how you appreciate and reward yourself for "Being you" Post your comments below by Friday 16th February at 4pm and you could be in with a chance of winning a set of fantastic Bluetooth Scales!
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