How often do you give yourself permission to invest in yourself?
Many of us put others' needs first or feel guilty about spending time and/or money on what will support us in having a happier, healthier life because we feel like we don't deserve it.
Well we bloody well do!
Over the past few months, my health has been a priority and that means saying yes to all the tools and practices that will help me get back to being myself again.
When I look back, sure it's a fair bit of money spent, but do I feel better? Yes!
Do I feel more energetic and stronger? Yes!
Do I feel more informed and better equipped to make decisions about my health than ever before? Yes!
Without my health, I'm buggered - so for me, it's a no-brainer and something I don't deliberate on.
It has to come first.
For you, it might mean investing a little more time in some self care.
It might mean spending some extra cash to do something to give back to yourself.
It might be a new course or starting a new business.
Whatever it is, give yourself permission to invest in yourself - as always, when we look after ourselves, it means we're in a much better position to look after others.
Today, I'm choosing to invest in some me time and business training as I head on out to spend the day with my lovely Aroma Angels @doterra sisters.
It will be epic - can't wait.
Have a great Sunday peeps! 💕
Her response when I tell her I'm gonna rent a boat this weekend 😁😁 that gif tho 😂😂 get to spend the entire cruising the waters 😁 who knows, if I enjoy myself i might just end up buying one 🤔🤔🤔😁 now just gotta get me a lil skipper Gillian hat lol #sundayactivities
I used to love art as a kid. Over the years I lost faith in my abilities and gave up because I couldn't find my niche.
Recently I've had this overwhelming need to create something and just used whatever I had laying around. That's the awesome thing about art. You can make ANYTHING you want. It doesn't matter what your medium is or what your subject is. Your soul will find a way to express itself. ** totally inspired by Bob Ross, no happy little trees this time.