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Being Kind to Ourselves

Hey wonderful people, I hope you’re all doing so well today.  We are inside of our heads all the time and in the midst of a pandemic there isn’t too much to get us out of it. Our inner monologue is so important to our mental health and confidence. You’re brain internalizes even offhand comments. For example, how often do we tell ourselves “I’m so dumb” or “I can’t do/wear/be” or “I’m so fat”. This needs to stop. Would you say that to a friend or coworker? It is so important to start being our own best friend. To start speaking positively and kindly to ourselves. It slowly changes how we perceive ourselves and the world around us.  I’ve started romanticizing my life. If I have some good hot chocolate “This is the best hot chocolate I’ve ever had”. I make a point to say out loud the positives of what I’m doing and what is happening around me. If you see someone with a nice shirt or did something cool, make sure to acknowledge it. It makes your day and their day better. It’s not going to

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