Thursday, October 22, 2020

Everything Starts With How You Feel About Yourself

 If you love yourself and know your worth, you will get through any situation. Because when you acknowledge your self-worth and love yourself enough, you will stop seeking love and validation from others.

You know that your love is from within, and you don't rely on others to love you. You don't need to find others to tell you that you are worthy.

When you love yourself enough, you will not let yourself suffer so long or allow yourself to be with someone who doesn't deserve you.

You know that your happiness is from within, and you are the one who is responsible for it, not others. If something makes you unhappy, you navigate why and remove yourself from that situation. Likewise, if something makes you happy, you pay attention and gravitate toward it.

Everything starts with your feeling about yourself.

"Self-worth is so vital to your happiness. If you don't feel good about you, it's hard to feel good about anything else."

-Mandy Hale

Tuesday, October 6, 2020

It's The Journey, Not The Destination

We perpetually struggle to find our goal in life, but we feel lost and empty inside.

We tend to forget that we don't have to get everything we want, then we can be happy because happiness is from within, not from outside. It's all about contentment and appreciation.

If we measure our success(destination)by comparing our life to others, we will never achieve it because there will always be someone else that is richer and smarter than us.

Instead, if we base our success on our contentment, we can live happily every day. Being contentment doesn't mean we stop developing or complacent, but that because we choose to be happy with what we already have while working toward our goal.

We can enjoy any experience during the journey because every moment in our life is so precious that we want to live to the fullest.

It's not about the destination, but it's about the journey.

"Sometimes, we become so focused on the finish line that we fail to find joy in the journey."

-Dieter F. Uchtdorf