Day Two: A physical feature I like about myself It feels weird typing this, but I really like my bum. It can be annoying having one that's a little on the large side and not in proportion to my waist. My struggle of trouser shopping can be long and painful (literally when they get stuck at my … Continue reading 30 Day Self-Esteem Challenge: Day 2
Boost of the day #41: Approval over criticism
Maybe this will sound too simple an idea for some, but I'm telling you it's been working for me. I feel like I have made real progress of late boosting my self-esteem, just by deciding to stop being horrible to myself. No more belittling myself when I make a mistake, no more slagging off my … Continue reading Boost of the day #41: Approval over criticism
Boost of the day #33: Ed Sheeran
I love Ed Sheeran mostly because his lyrics are beautiful and meaningful. Turns out he both sings and speaks a lot of sense! He recognised his own style of music and didn't do what others were doing. He was so unique and different that millions of people fell in love with both his music and him. Doesn't this … Continue reading Boost of the day #33: Ed Sheeran
Boost of the day #23: feeling sheepish?
One way to corrode your self-esteem is to believe that you should be like everyone else. On some level, you are probably thinking that what you really are is not good enough. So you become a sheep. You pretend to like the same music as your friends, to enjoy the same movies, to share the same … Continue reading Boost of the day #23: feeling sheepish?
Boost of the day #19
Happy Friday! Let's aim today to not give a damn about what people think because we already know how great we are, and why rely on others to validate that?