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freshic · 3 months ago
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by kolomiets_elizabetha
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caringforourselves · 3 months ago
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gentle reminder: use your voice and speak up. always try to speak up. if you’re unhappy about something, speak up. if you’re struggling with yourself, speak up. if you don’t like something, speak up. remember to always speak up and be true to yourself. even if people aren’t going to agree with what you think or what you believe in, you should still stand up for yourself and speak up. don’t let anyone stop you from expressing your feelings and emotions. you deserve to have a voice. you have a right to say how you feel.
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selfcare-journey · 2 months ago
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You can change your mind! About what you want to do in the next 5 minutes, about your career, about your hobby, about what book you're reading
There's no shame in not continuing, if continuing is not going to serve you!
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caringforourselves · 2 months ago
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a soft reminder to not let anyone affect your mood today. i know it may be easier said than done, but we’re going to manifest it in our day okay? Just constantly give yourself a reminder “I’m not going to let anyone affect my mood today” and repeat it a hundred times. repeat a thousand times if you have to. that’s what we’re going for today & we’re going to fight for it for our own good.
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forthepinkhearted · 2 months ago
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it ain’t hard to see my new bitch badder 💗
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sk-lumen · 4 months ago
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You’re most powerful when you honor your own rhythm. If your circadian rhythm is nocturnal, don’t follow those “waking up at 4 am changed my life” routines because they’re not for you. If you function best when you focus on a single task, single job, single goal, then working half a dozen sidehustles may not be for you. Honor your own rhythm, work with it instead of against it, and you will achieve so much more than if you blindly follow what’s considered “correct” by social conventions of the time.
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caringforourselves · 6 months ago
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I think it is really important to praise yourself sometimes. You’re not the same person you were yesterday, you’re constantly learning from your mistakes & your experiences shape you into the person you are today. Be proud of yourself even with the smallest progress you’ve made so far.
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selfcare-journey · 5 months ago
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You don't have to make yourself so small;
Your laugh isn't too loud.
You aren't taking up too much space.
Your needs aren't a burden.
Give yourself the space to be the full person you are, you deserve it just as much as anyone else.
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werelivingarts · 6 months ago
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new year special: unpotato self-care package
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Last post for New Year Special! Through this series, I hope that we can all overcome our insecurities and take care of ourselves more during the next year! 💙 Self-care is not selfish, and you cannot spread the positivity to others when you are insecure about their performance. ❤️
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caringforourselves · 7 months ago
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Dear you,
Don’t be so hard on yourself. You’re doing your best and you’re going to be okay.
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sk-lumen · 4 months ago
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Be that woman who is always learning and overachieving.
Be that woman who uses SPF50 even in winter because she has done her research on skincare and the importance of taking care of her skin all-year round.
Be that woman who looks polished to the nines for any occasion, simply because every day is an occasion to celebrate her divine femininity.
Be that woman who wears her pearls, silky robes and perfume even at home and doesn’t need a special occasion to enjoy luxury.
Be that woman who chooses her own wellbeing, her own selfcare, her own mental health, above all (because nobody gets a medal for being a doormat and sacrificing their life for another).
Be that woman who takes great care of her skin, body and hair by educating herself and investing in the best products for her - even before she's 40, or 30, even before any skin conditions appear forcing her to take better care.
Be that woman who is so incredibly brave to step outside her comfort zone and continuously challenge herself to become a better person, a kinder person; to do more, to achieve more, to be more.
Be that woman who whenever she hits rock bottom, she mourns her losses, but next day is reborn from the ashes like a phoenix, ready to conquer the world again, because the only direction she is moving towards is forward.
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selfcare-journey · 3 months ago
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It's ok if you can't do things like you used to.
You're someone different now with different needs and strengths.
Listen to your needs now. They've changed. Don't try to be someone you aren't anymore.
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