reconnect with ourselves, to spoil ourselves, and to show our minds and bodies some much-needed appreciation.
After all, if you can’t love yourself, how can someone else love you?
1. Write Yourself A Love Letter for Valentine’s Day
What are all the things you love about yourself?
Write them down. You can also acknowledge all the ways that you’ve treated yourself unfairly and even commit to doing better going forward.
Putting these thoughts into writing not only makes us realize how amazing we are, but it holds us accountable for establishing and executing the steps we’ll take to be kinder and more loving to ourselves.
2. Meditation & Yoga on Valentine’s Day
These two are always my go-to’s when it comes to self-love, and for a good reason.
Both meditation and yoga help us to calm our minds and to alleviate stress. In this America, if that ain’t self-love, I don’t know what is.
Because Marie Kondo said so.
Okay, the KonMari method isn’t law, but I think it’s safe to say that cleaning our spaces (home, office, car, etc.) and ridding ourselves of extra junk is liberating. It sparks joy!
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