Are you chasing your dreams? Are you holding out for what you know you deserve and what will truly bring you happiness? I hope so! But, most of us tend to take the safer route…we settle. It’s easier! But, today, I want to talk to you about why you shouldn’t settle in life.
Today I turn 40. Yep…the big 4-0. I’m still trying to wrap my brain around that since I feel like it was just yesterday that I was turning 25!! I blinked and suddenly I’m 40. In light of this milestone, I wanted to share a few thoughts on why getting older is actually pretty fun and why I’d never go back to my 20s!
That’s right…you are one awesome chick and if you want some more motivation for loving who you are, read on! Today’s post isn’t long on words, but is full of girl power, I-love-me inspiration! Why? Because even if we have a healthy relationship with ourselves, it never hurts to get a tad more encouragement to stand our ground and declare to the world that I am just fine the way I am!
Are you a negative self-talker or a positive self-talker? I tend to be a positive self-talker, but that’s not to say I don’t have my moments when a little negative thinking slips in. But, I don’t let that go too far before I squash it like a bug! Over the years, I’ve worked hard to banish negative self-talk and today, I want to share with all of you lovelies six different ways that YOU can work on improving the conversation you have with yourself in your head!
Just in case you missed it, we’re talking all about Self-Love and Self-Acceptance around these parts this month (and on-going, but I’m going a little above and beyond this month!). One of my blogging buddies, Erica Ligenza, recently started a new series on her blog, Coming Up Roses, that really makes me heart sing and aligns perfectly with my focus on self-love this month, so I just had to have her pop in for a visit to share it with you!
want need to love yourself more? I won’t lie, for most, it takes practice and a conscious effort. But, if you’re really serious about wanting to take the positive step of loving and accepting yourself more, then set aside a few minutes to make these eleven promises to yourself!
While self-love and acceptance will be an ongoing topic here at Random Little Faves, I’m paying extra attention to it this month since February is the month of love. While celebrating those you love this month, don’t forget to turn the attention around to yourself and get in on the action! To help you out with a few ideas, I have compiled my favorite pins for loving, accepting, and pampering yourself to share with you.
Do you love yourself? Heck, do you even like yourself? I’m going to guess that for most of you reading this, you might have felt a little uncomfortable asking yourself those questions. But, you SHOULD love who you are! If you can’t love yourself, how in the world can you expect anyone else to? Have no fear, ladies, because today, we’re going to roll up our sleeves and talk all about it, so grab a cup of coffee (or your beverage of choice), get comfortable, and let’s get started!
It’s the Holidays! Time for swapping gifts, sipping hot chocolate in front of the fire, and feeling endlessly and blissfully happy, right!? All those twinkling lights, happy songs, and festive social gatherings makes it the perfect time of year to share with a loved one. But…what if you’re navigating this season on your own? Have no fear, fierce girlfriend, you can still rock it and have an awesome time!! Read on to find out a few tips for how to enjoy the holidays solo!
When you think of attending holiday parties (or parties in general), do you start trying to think of excuses to get out of it? Or do you feel obligated to go, but start dreading it more and more as the day approaches? If so, I’m guessing you’re an introvert like me! No need to feel bad about that…embrace who you are and love it! But, since it’s good for us to push ourselves outside of our comfort zones from time to time, I’ve compiled a list of 10 tips for surviving holiday parties when you’re not a party person! Over the years, these have worked for me and helps me to look forward to an event!