Celebrate You!

Published on 27 December 2021 at 09:00

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How often do you think about celebrating yourself?

 

What do you think about when you DO think of “celebrating yourself”?

 

A lot of us spend our days living for other people. We wake up early to get the kids ready for school, drive to a job to make some money for bills, then come home and make dinner for our families and go to bed just to do it all over again the next day. You might celebrate yourself on your birthday, briefly, but what if we said you should be celebrating yourself every single day?

 

Why is celebrating yourself important? For one, it raises your confidence. It allows you to practice gratitude and be truthfully grateful. It also helps you focus on every minute of every day and enjoy your journey instead of focusing on the big things that are out of your reach right now. 

 

Here are 10 ways you can celebrate yourself today! Share some tips in the comments below!

 

  1. Embrace your inner child. Go for a walk and just enjoy nature, find some leaves, jump in a puddle. Color a picture and don’t stay in the lines.
  2. Donate your old clothes that don’t fit your style anymore. You’ll help others and create more space to go buy yourself a new outfit or two. 
  3. Go to the movies by yourself. Get all the snacks you want. 
  4. Watch that show you’ve been meaning to binge but haven’t. 
  5. Share a secret on postsecret.com
  6. Ask yourself what your favorite food is. Then, go make or buy it. 
  7. Create a vision board of your ideal living room, or your ideal life. Create a fun plan to get you closer to achieving that ideal life. 
  8. Sleep in. 
  9. Read a book sitting by your window with your favorite tea.
  10. Learn a new hobby, like crocheting or painting. 

 

*We will see you in the New Year! Celebrate safely, and remember that this year was a stepping stone on your path to fulfillment. 

 

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