Raise your hand if you have a hard time slowing down🙋🏻♀️ or asking for help🙋🏻♀️ or cutting yourself slack when you take an entire day/week off from life.
The more I dive into my work of learning how to be quiet, tap into my intuition, and honor what I truly need in this moment, the more this mantra comes up for me. If you’ve been conditioned to think that success = achievement, busyness, hard work, etc. then it’s really hard to take breaks without feeling like a failure.
But consider this: if you’re feeling exhausted and completely sucked dry of energy & zest for life, how much are you really achieving anyway? If you intentionally allow yourself to take a break and honor your intuitive nudges to chillllll a little bit, you will eventually feel the nudge to come back to life with a newfound sense of purpose and focused energy. If you were wondering where I was the last few days, that’s where. And now I’m back and have accomplished more today than I even thought possible. I feel like I can hear my soul thanking me for listening. And it feels gooood✨❤️. Question: when’s the last time you took a real break? How long was it and what did you do/not do? Did you feel refreshed and energized when you came back to “real life”?
Don’t depend on other people to make you happy. This happens SO often with people and they don’t even realize it. If you are looking to be with someone because you don’t like being alone then make some serious changes in your life. Live your life for YOU and how YOU want it. Don’t do it because you want to impress someone, or make someone fall in love with you. -
As human beings, it is in our nature to feel wanted. But if you don’t truly love yourself then HOW can you expect to love someone else and make it work? My point here: build up your self confidence by doing something that makes you extremely happy. Don’t fear being alone, being alone is OKAY. Whatever you do with your life, do it for YOU and YOUR happiness and NOT anybody else’s. End rant!🙏🏼 DOUBLE TAP if you agree ❤️ - 📸: @rodel.querubin 📸
Thomas Edison didn’t fail 10,000 times trying to create the incandescent light bulb... He successfully found 10,000 ways that did not work.
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