Become a priority in your life. You need to take care of you before you can take care of anyone else. Make YOU a priority! It’s not selfish or rude, it’s actually healthy to put yourself first at times.
These changed my life for the better. Maybe they will help you too:
1.) Listen to your intuition, heart and mind. Our guts are right. When you start to listen to your body. It speaks out to you, you just have to be listening.
2.) Disconnect negative people/environments from your energy, they literally suck on your positive energy. This is energy that could be used on a plethora of positivities. Plus it tires you unnecessarily.
3.) Respect your body and where you live. Treat your body right with regular exercise, eating healthy (fresh foods only) and healing soul/spirit. Do what you can to reduce your digital/carbon footprints/recycle.
4.) Embrace change, do not fear it. If we do not shed our skins, we will never grow or fully blossom.
5.) Love those who do not want or think they deserve love. They need it most.
6.) Get involved locally to change something negative in your community.
7.) Channel heartache from any relationship as a way to change your life. Heartache does not have to be sour or bitter. It can be the pain to remind you not to go down that path and repeat the same patterns of mistake. Heartache is a blessing, as much as it does hurt.
8.) Evaluate what your intentions are for everything you do in your life. Are they selfish and self-serving? Because the answer is: positive intentions lead to a positive life.
9.) Remember, positive thoughts lead to positive perceptions. Positive perceptions lead to positive intentions, which leads to positive progressions. This can be a way of life if you can control how you react to negativity in your life.
10.) Prevent negative people from dictating how you “should” be living your life. They are not you, they don’t think like you, they don’t want to aspire to be anything great or contribute anything great to society. Negative people are the leeches of society. Negative people exploit positive people’s progressions because they will never overcome their own fears to do what you are doing.
Forty years in the future, I’ve always wanted to pull out my dusty journals from my massive bookshelf and re-read my past day-to-days. This is the reason why I first bought my journal in fifth grade and have not looked back since. I used to be pretty good at writing in my journal every day up, until high school, where I have about four entries written for all four years. Writing in a journal is something that is so easy to do and only takes a few minutes, so this week I’m going to try to write in my journal every single day and a good amount of detail! Am I a writing feen or did my journal remain blank this week? Find out!