Do you love yourself?
In all honesty, I have not always loved myself.
It was not long ago that I lacked the self-confidence and self-esteem to walk through the world a confident queer female, the mental clarity to step into the spotlight to share my passion, and the self-love to take better care of my body and my mind.
With some serious self-reflection, compassion, dream boarding, confidence building and counseling I can truly say, “I love me and all that is me, even my not-so-shiny bits.”
When you love who you are you take better care of yourself, you treat yourself with the same kind of patience and respect as you do your children, friends, family and other significant people in your life.
When you love yourself you develop more compassion and understanding. You trust your gut, follow your own intuition and believe in yourself. You practice more self-care and you know you are worth investing in.
If you struggle putting yourself first, treating yourself with kindness and compassion and making time each day for your self-care — be it through food, exercise or spiritual practice, then I challenge you to dig deep and find your why?
How many more years will it take for you to put yourself first, to make lasting changes, to step out of your comfort zone and step into your authentic self?
Join our 2017 Healthy Habits Kick-off and experience for yourself what taking positive action towards your health really feels like.
From Monday January 2 – Friday January 6, Strength and Soul Wellness will motivate you to make 2017 a year of change and healthy new beginnings.
You will start the New Year by journaling, meditating, exercising, meal planning and taking the time for your health and happiness you deserve and need. Each daily action will only require 20 minutes or less so don’t let a single thing hold you back.
True well-being comes from an integrated mind-body-soul approach, so with us it’s not all exercise, exercise, exercise, or diet, diet, diet (a word Kristy boycotted years ago), but instead physical activity, clean eating, mindset, and meditation.