Pretty simple question on the surface but if you really want to take the time to practice self-love than this can be considered a bit of a daunting and loaded question.
November for me is all about removing self-doubt and negative self-talk from my inner monologue. I have recently noticed that I doubt a lot of the things I do, especially when it comes to University. I am always concerned that because I never completed any undergrad courses, everything I am submitting is incorrect and I am constantly telling myself that I will fail or won’t make it through.
Now nothing could be further from the truth, I am actually really enjoying my MBA classes and have received some good marks for assignments so I am aware that all this self-doubt and negative self-talk is completely unfounded.
How am looking at achieving this goal?
Spend a few minutes each day writing down the things that I accomplished the previous day and little items I should be proud of.
Everytime that I notice I say something negative or doubt myself I am internally holding myself responsible, I am reversing the doubt and criticism into positivity and praise of the work that I have completed and how well I am managing.
This is not something that I can flick a switch and say I have achieved, I will still be struggling with this goal long after I have finished the #NovemberSelfLoveChallenge but it is a good goal to start on and something that I will only benefit from continuously addressing.
Have you started the #NovemberSelfLoveChallenge? Leave a link in the comments below so I can follow along with your journey too.
What is the goal you wish to achieve?