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EMBRACE YOUR WELLBEING: Create A Self-love Routine

Self-love is a concept that encompasses a positive regard for oneself, including acceptance, appreciation, and nurturing of one's own well-being and happiness. It involves recognizing and valuing your own worth, taking care of your physical and mental health, and treating yourself with kindness and compassion.

Practicing self-love can involve various activities and attitudes, such as:

1. Positive affirmations: Encouraging and positive statements about oneself to promote a healthy mindset.

2. Self-care: Engaging in activities that promote physical, emotional, and mental well-being, such as exercise, adequate sleep, and relaxation.

3. Setting boundaries: Establishing and maintaining healthy boundaries in relationships and situations to protect your own well-being.

4. Mindfulness and self-awareness: Being present in the moment and developing an understanding of your thoughts and feelings without judgment.

5. Celebrating achievements: Acknowledging and celebrating your successes, no matter how small, to foster a sense of accomplishment.

6. Learning and growth: Embracing opportunities for personal development and continuous learning.

Remember that self-love is a journey, and it's okay to seek support from others or professional help if needed. It's about cultivating a positive and compassionate relationship with yourself, which can contribute to overall well-being and a more fulfilling life.

Giving your body, mind, and spirit the appreciation, it deserves is one of the most crucial things you can do, particularly if you want to live a healthy and loving life. Although many of us may undervalue or ignore it, self-love is a strong and transformational force. Recognizing and appreciating our own worth, as we do with others, is what is important. It is not being conceited or self-centered. It is life giving and life preserving. Self-care/love is a practice that takes work to maintain and preserve. 

“Beloved, I pray that you may prosper in all things and be in health, just as your soul prospers” (3 John 1:2 NKJ).


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