It’s not alway talked about, but it’s always important to practice self-love for our own well-being. It’s easy to love and accept ourselves based off how others see us and think of us, and it’s easy to define our worth based off our accomplishments or the things we’re doing that is expected of us. But it’s hard to sincerely love ourselves when we base it off only conditional love. The truth is that we should love ourselves regardless of the mistakes we have made or the opinions of what other people have about us. We should love ourselves whether we’re exactly where we want to be in life or not.
The thing is, you truly only know self-love once you truly know who you are, your thoughts, your beliefs, your dreams, your values, and desires. Otherwise you will be going after something that isn’t true for yourself, and it can bring a lot of uncertainty in your life of never feeling like you’re enough or reaching your full potential. This also leaves more room for more unwanted anxiety and depression in your life. The best way I learned to help get rid of anxiety and depression is by paying more attention to the present instead of the past or the future. We have no control over what happened in the past just like we can’t control the future. When you focus more on the present it gives you more opportunity to be self-aware, take control of your life, and appreciate every moment.
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I hope everyone is having a dope ass day. Drink your water, remain unbothered and focus on yourself.
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My friend @visitantesinmapa is always amazing to work with and just look at these!
I couldn’t pick a favorite so I posted them all. 👏🏼 Which is also the way I snack: start with beef jerky, then a few cookies, some chips and salsa then end with mochi. At that point I’m too full for actual dinner 🤷🏼♀️ #snackqueen