13 Ways To Be Kind To Yourself
Updated: Jul 4, 2020
Being kind to yourself
Life is hard and stressful at times. And we forget that we deserve some care and kindness. We always need to remember to be kind to ourselves. The most crucial relationship in your life is the relationship you have with yourself. So treat yourself the way you would want others to treat you. And remember how you treat those you love. Treat yourself that way.
13 Positive ways to be kind to yourself
1. Start your day off by drinking a glass of water. But don't forget to continue drinking water throughout the day.
2. Spend your time with people who make you laugh. Stay away from negative toxic people. 3. Remind yourself that no one is perfect-not, even you. And that's okay. 4. Always celebrate and appreciate even your smallest little accomplishments. 5. At least once during the day, eat the fruit instead of the sugary treat. Heck, try twice a day. 6. Treat yourself to some pretty flowers. And of course, always take the time to smell the roses. 7. Forgive yourself-We all make mistakes. Move on. 8. Believe in yourself. You are better and stronger than you think. You can do anything you set your mind to do. 9. Put yourself first once in a while. It's not always about others. 10. Practice saying no. It's okay to say it. Think about it, does everyone always say yes to you? I think that is highly doubtful. 11. Try something new. Something you always thought you would like to do. Don't let fear keep you from doing something. 12. Set aside some time regularly to just do things you want to do. Sit outside in the sun and read. Take a nap. Make a whole day all about you and what your needs are. 13. Make it a point to spend time with those you enjoy being around. Maybe Lunch with a friend or several friends. "It's not what you say to everybody else that determines your life – it's what you whisper to yourself every day that has the greatest power." "There’s no use going back over yesterday and what you did or didn’t do, because you were a different person then. Unless you let go, unless you forgive yourself, unless you forgive the situation, unless you accept that it’s over, you can’t move forward."