Top 10 things women should tell themselves

Contrary to what we are told and tell ourselves as women, we are really amazing. Think about all the things you manage in a day. Isn’t it really impressive? That’s how we are meant to see ourselves.

Do people annoy you? Of course. Does life sometimes seem unfair? Of course. Do people disappoint you? Absolutely. Do you pursue what you want & feel like it’s unattainable? Of course. Do you want something so badly, yet it doesn’t materialize? Absolutely!

Here are some ways to keep you reminded of what life is really about:

1. Focusing on people that hurt you, will keep you attracting that into your life.

2. Instead of complaining about things you don’t have, focus on what you’re going to have.

3. All that you have experienced in life has made you who you are today.

4. You are meant to live a life of fulfillment and abundance.

5. When you are doing what you enjoy, opportunities are limitless.

6. Focusing on negative events in your day; keeps you in a negative state.

7. Complaining about your body or beauty, doesn’t change anything.

8. Remind yourself of how beautiful and amazing you are every morning.

9. Remind yourself that the person who annoys you for constant help doesn’t really want your help.

10. You create your reality.

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52 comments

            1. I agree! I think the best thing we can do is balance it out with a different perspective. So that we could minimize repeating the same life lesson and have a different experience the next encounter!

              Eventually, though, we all get to the same place: plenty of stories to share!

  1. 2. Instead of complaining about things you don’t have, focus on what you’re going to have.

    More specifically, your goals. Having a direction in life for me is a key to future happiness even when it doesn’t feel like it in the present.

    1. Thank you for your insightful comments, Chin up, Chest high! That is a great distinction. It is very helpful to project into the future, while you are dealing in the present. It helps reduce some of the anxiety the present might have.

  2. Wonderful advice! I just finished reading Wayne Dyer’s book on Wishes Fulfilled. He espouses the “I Am” philosophy of speaking the positives and dreams into being. In other words, as I fill my subconscious mind with the positives and the wishes I have for my life the greater the likelihood of those events coming to pass. As you’ve stated in #10… we create our own realities. You’re not a “dumb ass,” friend! You’re an inspiration ;)

    1. Thank you so much for the profound compliment! Oh my dear Marisa, I learned the hard way! But, am interested in reading Dr.Dyer’s latest. Thanks for the recommendation! Did you read Power of Intention?
      Thanks so much for being so supportive when I most need it!

  3. Ya know for a dumbass you continue to show a love inside you this world needs! Your light will change the dark in this world! This was beautiful my friend! You drink the poison that kills the enemy right? (inside joke lol) You rock! ;)

  4. I would like to say first I admire your strength in sharing your story. Second what an inspiring and well written post from the heart. And lastly for the moment anyway as I have perused your posts it is an honor that you share your gifts, Thank you for doing so, you are truly a Beautiful soul!

      1. You are welcome and I am grateful for your kind words as well… Talent? You my friend are talent I am raw and unrefined. I am as you are love in motion however I am still an infant, as I learn and grow your words and love shared may help me to the toddler stage. Thank you again and I look forward to learning and growing with you.

        1. Truly honored to hear that you find my advice transformational! All we could do is put out there the information we have within us hoping that it will impact another person. We are all at different points of the same trajectory, dear friend! Looking forward to learning and growing together, as well.

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