⇒ Joy Movie Storyline
A story based on the life of a struggling Long Island single mom who became one of the country’s most successful entrepreneurs.
⇛ Joy Movie Detail
Release Date : 2015-12-24
Casts : Donna Mills, Robert De Niro, Elisabeth RÃ¶hm, Ariana DeFusco,
Diane Ladd, Virginia Madsen, Susan Garibotto, John Enos III, Dascha
Polanco, Kristen Annese, Isabella Rossellini, Laura Wright, Madison
Wolfe, Drena De Niro, Susan Lucci, Edgar RamÃrez, Melissa Rivers, Erica
McDermott, Isabella Cramp, Jimmy Jean-Louis, Allie Marshall, Chaunty
Spillane, Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper
Duration : 124 minutes runtime
► Joy Movie Storyline “ A story based on the life of a struggling Long Island single mom who became one of the country’s most successful entrepreneurs. ”
► Joy Movie Detail Release Date : 2015-12-24 Casts : Edgar RamÃrez, Allie Marshall, Laura Wright, Jennifer Lawrence, Elisabeth RÃ¶hm, John Enos III, Virginia Madsen, Donna Mills, Susan Garibotto, Diane Ladd, Jimmy Jean-Louis, Dascha Polanco, Erica McDermott, Kristen Annese, Drena De Niro, Melissa Rivers, Ariana DeFusco, Chaunty Spillane, Isabella Rossellini, Susan Lucci, Bradley Cooper, Isabella Cramp, Madison Wolfe, Robert De Niro
⇍ Joy Movie Storyline: A story based on the life of a struggling Long Island single mom who became one of the country’s most successful entrepreneurs.
⇔ Movie Details : Release Date : 2015-12-24 Category : Drama, Comedy Casts : John Enos III, Diane Ladd, Isabella Rossellini, Kristen Annese, Jimmy Jean-Louis, Elisabeth RÃ¶hm, Ariana DeFusco, Erica McDermott, Drena De Niro, Allie Marshall, Susan Garibotto, Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper, Edgar RamÃrez, Virginia Madsen, Isabella Cramp, Susan Lucci, Madison Wolfe, Chaunty Spillane, Robert De Niro, Laura Wright, Melissa Rivers, Dascha Polanco, Donna Mills Runtime : 124 minutes
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day (especially for those of us who are single!), I’ve made a special blog. Instead of a conversation on a specific topic, it’s a long list of ways you can bring love into your life, towards yourself. There are ideas here that will make us feel confident, sexy, inspired, cared for, and relaxed—something for anyone to find at least one way to love themselves this February 14th and beyond. I’ve included 50 of the 75 here in this post, but if you want all of them, here’s the link to the blog.
Also consider signal boosting! This could make a difference for someone struggling with Valentine’s Day, self-esteem, or relationship stress.
HERE ARE 50 FROM THE LIST:
Write yourself a love poem, as if you were dotingly admiring yourself.
Give yourself a heart massage by gently rubbing your sternum and upper chest—use a nicely scented massage oil if you have some!
Cook dinner naked when you’re home alone. It’s a fun little bit of self-intimacy that will probably make you smile every time you eat the leftovers of the meal you made.
Foot massages are really nice, definitely try giving yourself one.
Draw a heart on a piece of paper and sleep with it under your pillow.
Buy yourself some chocolates or another form of sweet food. You can indulge one day of the year.
Dress in color. Festive, bright, and engaging!
Take a long nap…let yourself have a full day of resting and relaxing.
Heat up the kettle, make some aromatic tea, and watch some fun television as you sip away.
Pop some popcorn, put it in a huge bowl, and have a private movie night. Wrap yourself in big pillows and blankets for “snuggle buddies.”
Order a body pillow if you’ve ever wanted one. They’re great single-person cuddle partner (not bones to make the cuddling uncomfortable).
Take a walk when people nearby are walking their pets. Ask if you can pet one, or two, or more. Animals are extremely loving and fun to interact with!
Go dress, suit, or nice clothes shopping! Don’t even bring your wallet, but just really indulge in how you look (and take some selfies in the process).
Write a list of ten body-positive things. What is unique about you? What do you know is super attractive?
Put on headphones and sing really loud. With the music directly in your ears, you won’t judge your own voice at all and can belt it out like you’re on stage.
Write yourself a love letter, literally put it in the mail, and send it to yourself.
Book tickets for an opera, orchestra, or musical performance. Something that’s indulgent, high end, and you can look nice for.
Buy that thing on amazon that you have had in your wishlist for an eternity.
Text your best friend something you love about them.
Eat all the food you have today with love, “good” or “bad.” Your body needs sustenance, sometimes that’s in the form of a treat. Have a guilt free day.
Treat yourself to an inspiring or beautiful guided meditation. Maybe this is “meeting your twin flame” or “traveling to a forest sanctuary.” There are tons on YouTube, browse around until you find something you like.
Go eat extra healthy! If you’re passionate about nutrition, take some time to research a super-foods meal, buy the ingredients as soon as you can, and cook it for yourself.
Take 20 minutes of your day to read about a new skill, hobby, or subject that you’ve been interested in learning but have never had the chance to actually look into.
Find a role-model. Research some inspiring stories you can relate to so, at the end of the day, you can forever answer that question of “who is someone that really inspired you?”
Stretch or do some yoga. It really feels great.
Create a loving affirmation to say from this day on.
Take a bubble bath. Or maybe throw in some essential oils to make it smell wonderful.
Take a hike, or plan a day to take one soon. Go somewhere nearby that you’ve always wanted to go and make serious plans to do it.
Can’t afford to travel? That’s okay—make a dream vacation. Start researching locations, events, and everything you’d want to splurge on a time away. Who knows, maybe a few years from now you’ll actually be able to afford it.
Dance! Find some really moving music, whatever that is to you, and shake it out.
Daydream, find something super positive to think about.
Write a short story in the third person about an amazing miracle person, but (secretly, shh) you’re writing about yourself. Word it all like an inspiring memoir of this miracle person, all they survived, all they made out of their life, and what you think “they” are destined to become.
Make a long list of “I’m different because _________, and that’s awesome/amazing/spectacular/loved/etc.”
Write to your inner child. What do you wish you could tell yourself, how would you support yourself as a younger you? (Have some tissues nearby, this one can get emotional!)
Meet someone new and authentically connect. Ask some deep questions, just go for it. Reveal some personal stuff; be genuinely you.
Make a journal entry of “If I had nothing stopping me from achieving (insert your goal here), I’d accomplish it by doing _______.” Write an action plan from the stance of having a perfect life. (Hint: you might actually realize that this goal is still possible in your current life).
Go get healed. Find a masseuse, Reiki practitioner, energy worker, chakra balancer, acupuncturist, etc. and set up an appointment.
Make yourself a loving temple or shrine. Buy or lay out some crystals, flowers, drawings, notes, etc.
Write sticky note affirmations for yourself and stick them around your home or room. Make sure to add some on the mirrors!
Buy yourself a bouquet of flowers and place it somewhere that really draws attention to it.
If you struggle with feeling “broken” or “in pieces,” buy some painter’s tape (the kind that isn’t very sticky), cut it into strips and place these strips quickly on some fabric to make them less sticky, then draw a heart on each strip. Put them on your skin, over your heart, on places that hurt and then smile, knowing that you’ve successfully taped yourself back together.
Tell a close and trustworthy friend about a person you love, platonic or romantic. It will feel amazing to gush about an individual. (Maybe later you can even tell said individual that you gushed about them and really brighten their day).
Tell your parents that you appreciate them, and get specific. What exactly did you love about your childhood? What clear memories do you have that shaped who you are today? (If you can’t do this with your parents/a parent, then find a long-standing relationship of another sort and give it a try…how did this person impact you in a positive way?)
Remember that dream date you’d go on with a partner? Take yourself on it now. Go to that restaurant, that library, that park, even if you’re alone.
Light a candle or warm up some essential oils in a diffuser. Take a minute and do nothing but watch it and smell the aroma.
No matter your gender, paint your nails. If you can, go for really funky and fun colors. You don’t need to keep the polish on, but it might be fun to try for an hour! Colorful hands are a joy to look at.
Buy a sketchbook or journal and write down or draw one positive thing each day.
Make a self-care list—things to do when feeling down that you know will work to help you.
Make a self-care box—open it up in these times you feel down.
Listen to the “should have, could have, would have” voice in your head and what it’s saying, then transform the points it’s trying to make into “okay, but I did accomplish/do/feel (insert something positive that you’re proud of here).”
We are all quick to jump and scream and cry at the things in life that displease us. Yell from the top of our lungs about how upset we are. We rarely take a minute to show when we are genuinely happy and thankful for life. When happiness becomes more discussed than sadness maybe we will live in a society filled with joy and love.
Members of Red Velvet don’t have too many girl group friends. Because Yeri (18) doesn’t know too many girl group members around her age, she’s close with SM unnies such as SNSD and SNSD-TTS.
Seulgi said, “I’m close with Mamamoo’s Moonbyul unnie but we are off on different times so we can’
meet each other too often. I want to eat good food and have a blast with her when we finally get to hang out. Some of my girl group friends don’t have cell phones so I can’t talk or hang with them. I barely manage to keep contact and stay close with Mamamoo”.
Your decision to reach for a thought that feels good is a powerful decision, for it serves you in many ways. The better-feeling thought reverberates within you, opening passageways to well-being that reach far beyond this one good-feeling thought.
keep or put (something) in a steady position so that it does not fall.
I’m pretty good about keeping balance in my life, but every once in a while I have to remind myself it is OK to be a little off balance! I think that is what “falling” in love means. You’ve let go and allowed yourself a little freedom. “To lose balance for love is part of living a balanced life.”
Perfection is boring. Cheers to living an occasionally messy and unbalanced life.