Wow can you believe it’s December already? As you continue to walk through this last month of 2015, take the time to reflect on the successes and the things you’ve accomplished this year. Often we don’t take time to reflect, or tend to make light of our breakthroughs, and focus on what we didn’t do or could have done, and this is a big mistake.
Instead if you look back over the last eleven months you probably accomplished so much more than what you’re able to recall off the top of your head, which means you have to take some time now and write them down to remind yourself of just how much and what you have accomplished.
Focus On What You Accomplished This Year
Begin by writing in a journal/piece of paper by answering these questions:
- What challenges did you overcome this year? (in any area of your life, big or small)
- What new things did you learn and have put into practice?
- What things did you let go of and instead allowed and accepted into your life?
- What cool places did you see?
- What impact did you make in someone’s life? How were you able to help them? A word of encouragement, a phone call when they were down, sent them a card or a gift?
- What did you do for yourself that made you aware of how wonderful and amazing you are?
Often we look for validation or approval from others because we’re looking to them to see the best in us especially when we feel down or unsupported. Even though this may be a challenge when this happens to you, try getting whatever you need from someone else, and give it to yourself first.
Ask yourself what is it that I need right now for my body? or what is it that I need to remind myself about now that is truth that will lift my spirits up? Be there for yourself. Make this a habit.
Here is a wonderful quote from Louise L. Hay’s which hits the nail on the head. “You have been criticizing yourself for years, and it hasn’t worked. Try approving of yourself and see what happens.” Remember that the most fulfilling form of validation comes from within, and you can provide it for yourself.
As you do the above exercise it will help you to see how you can be your own morale booster providing yourself with practical and emotional support on a daily basis.
I’d love it if you’d take a moment to share what you have accomplished this year.
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Wishing you a wonderful Holiday Season and the very best in the coming year.
Remember that at your core you are magnificent, powerful and awesome!
Love and Blessings,
Certified Emotion Code Practitioner
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