I found this Positivity Project post on Karly’s blog last month and loved how it focused on positive self-image and worth. It’s easy for even the most positive people to let the critical voices drown out the supportive voices in our heads.
1. Tell me something that you love about yourself.
2. Tell me what you want to work on.
I’m constantly working on being a better version of myself. I think what I really want to work on is just being me, in the present, and enjoying it. I’ve always been a goal-oriented, future-thinker. It’s always about tomorrow and lately I’m really working on making it about today. I’m blogging a little less, putting my phone down a little more, and just working on soaking up the moment that I’m actually in.
3. Give someone a compliment, and mean it.
My friends. I have the most beautiful, smart, strong, talented friends. They encourage me and inspire me. They make me laugh, let me vent, put up with my ridiculousness, and are always there for me when I need them. I am so lucky to have such incredible women in my life. (I’m not sure why none of my close friends are guys! haha)