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Inspiring Thoughts and a Positive Outlook on Life

I was generously asked by blog writer Michael of “The Pantsless Bear” blog to provide my input on several health and wellness-related topics.

I have included the questions and responses below for you to read through.

I am incredibly grateful that Michael has asked me to share my input on these topics.

Through each response my intention was to inspire and motivate positive change within each of my readers ❤

If you have any additional questions, or would like to conduct and interview with me for your blog, please comment below. Or, send me an email at angelajoyhealthfitness@gmail.com. I look forward to hearing from you!

Positivity

Q: You mention that it’s important to ‘live in the moment.’ This is a philosophy preached by both traditional buddhists and new-age mystics alike. The problem with ‘living in the moment’ is that people can’t seem to stop thinking about the past or the future. You advised people to ‘put their cameras away,’ which was wonderful, but what other things can they do to stay ‘centred?’

A: Living in the moment is a feeling that many of us have lost touch with. As a result of the technology and quickly moving world that we live in, our minds are usually off somewhere else while we are currently engaged in a task.

Many of us do not even realize this is happening. In an effort to encourage this behavior, society has idolized multitasking. We often hear others state how they were able to complete three tasks at once in a matter of only several minutes. This is great, but did you complete that task to the best of your ability? Do you even remember actually completing the task? Were you present during the task, or absent focusing on the next task at hand?

Multi-tasking is causing us to spread ourselves thin and lose sight of what is important in life.

An example to better explain my statement is when you see someone photographing a moment rather than experiencing it.

My best advice for those seeking to become more present in their lives is to first recognize what it means to be present. Understand the concept of being present and why it is important.

Then you can begin to recognize when you are not present.

This recognition alone will help you to reconnect with yourself, your actions and thoughts – while learning to enjoy and remember important moments in your lifeJ


Q: Whenever I eat cake at work I feel awful afterwards. Why do we seem to ‘crash’ after eating heavily refined foods such as cake and pasta?

A: When we eat refined foods that are high in sugar and lacking in nutrients our bodies go into a bit of a shock, which is followed by a low. This process is better known as hypoglycemina.

Foods that contain fiber and nutrition take much longer to be digested and absorbed into the body. Refined foods that are high in sugar do not contain much, other than sugar. Therefore they are broken down and absorbed by the body very quickly. This quick absorption process causes the blood sugar to spike up high – your hormones love it, your taste buds love it, and you feel great. Then the blood sugar drops. You feel tired, sluggish and unhappy. This is due to the jolt that the body just experienced leaving your hormones completely out of whack and your body craving more sugar.

In an effort to prevent this from occurring we should make every effort to consume foods that serve our body’s needs, and are made up of nutrition and fiber. Our bodies need food that contains nutritional value, vitamins, minerals and fiber to allow them to function at peak levels .

Although most of us do not like to believe this; food was created to serve our body, not just our taste buds. The food we eat becomes our cells, organs, skin, hair, and nails. If we want strong organs, blood, bones, hair and nails we must consume foods that support their functioning, not deprave them of what they need – which is what highly refined, sugar-filled foods do.

Berrries

Q: You preach a common phrase repeated among gurus in the wellness community that people should ‘love themselves.’ As much as it’s a good, marketable phrase, it’s not very practical. What does ‘loving yourself’ mean and how can people learn to love themselves?’

Loving yourself is waking up in the morning, staring in the mirror, and smiling at the person staring back at you. This may sound absurd, and even impossible for some, but by all means loving yourself is possible!

We are all wonderful and amazing human beings who were created for a specific reason and purpose. Yes, YOU were created for a very special purpose.

If you do not agree with me, and you do not think that your body is not all that great, then think about this:

–          Every second your body is producing 25 million new cells

–          A red blood cell moves through your body in less than 20 seconds

–          Your nerve impulses travel at a speed of 249 miles per hour.

–          Your heart beats 100,000 times every day – which is 30 million times per year!

–          Your blood travels 60,000 miles through the body every day!

–          Your lungs inhale two million liters of air every day – without you ever stopping to think about it.

–          One square inch of your hand contains nine feet of blood vessels, 600 pain sensors, 9,000 serve ending, 36 heat sensors and 75 pressure sensors.

Still think you are unimportant, useless, ugly, boring, uninteresting? I do not think so.

YOU, not anyone else, was created at the specific moment that your father’s sperm entered your mother’s egg. This is not by chance.

So what isn’t to love?

Your body is such a gift. Cherish your gift, love it, feed it and move it – and in return it will take care of you.

Self car and love

Q: Many of our married friends are 30 pushing 70. One unnamed 32 year old individual looks rather like Prince Phillip (the old Prince Phillip, not the young one). People seem to get settled into married life and find themselves on the couch every night eating mountains of choc-coated almonds. Why do you think some people in long term relationships discard health and wellbeing?

A: Regardless of age people find themselves becoming complacent. They have all that they need to get by, therefore they choose to live their current life (regardless of the monotony and unhappiness that they may be feeling) because they are afraid of change, they don’t know how to make a change, or they are so tired and stressed that they can’t even bear the thought of doing something different.

The biggest of these three that I have mentioned, I truly believe, is stress.

We are under constant stress from all areas of our lives. When it comes time to think about making changes or doing something out of the ordinary we are afraid this will create more work which we cannot handle (or, feel like we cannot handle because we are so overwhelmed).

This is better known as burnout.

Burnout is felt in all aspects of our life.

We feel so overwhelmed that we do not see how we could possible find the time to exercise, eat healthy, make dinner, spend quality time with friends and family, or do anything else that supports our well-being.

The truth of the matter is; you have time for whatever you WANT to make time for.

What do you consider your priorities in life? These are the things that get done. If health and wellness is not a priority in your life it will be ignored and you will spend valuable years of your life sitting on a couch eating ice cream.

Every day YOU choose how you will spend your day. Every day you have a choice.

If you want to change, you have to truly want to make that change.

If you make change a priority, you will have time for it.

Healthy Food

Q: As a fitness and wellbeing writer, what are your thoughts on the various illnesses that affect obese people, such as irritable bowel syndrome. Are refined foods really responsible for the rise in these illnesses?

A: Irritable bowel syndrome is one of the many digestive issues that people are facing all over the world.

The health of our digestive system is one of the most important components of our bodies. When our digestive system is not functioning properly our entire body will begin to function improperly – because it is not able to fully absorb and digest the nutrients our body needs correctly.

While there are other areas of life that also impact our health and digestion (stress, lifestyle, environmental exposures, and much more) diet and exercise is a large piece to the puzzle.

If someone is facing a digestive issue the first thing they should do is seek guidance to improve the health of their gut through a nutrient-rich diet, filled with healthy gut bacteria (probiotics).

Probiotics offer the body healthy bacteria which supports digestive health. Anyone facing any type of digestive issue should consider a healthy dose of probiotics which can be consumed through their food and through supplements.

Q: So I tried to lose weight through long distance walking, but found it utterly useless and not tiresome at all. In fact, I came to the realisation that the forced marching of POW’s in WWII wouldn’t have been nearly as traumatic as the so called ‘survivors’ say it was. So why is a 20-30 minute run is so much more beneficial to a 4 hour walk?

A: When the body walks at a steady, comfortable pace the metabolic system is not really altered.

When the body picks up the pace for a jog the heart pumps faster, the lungs pump more oxygen, healthy hormones are released, the body sweats out toxins, and much more. This process supports weight loss. A steady state walk will strengthen the leg’s slow twitch muscle fibers while slightly improving the cardiorespiratory system. The same benefits are possible when walking, although on a much smaller scale that may not be noticeable.

If you are hoping to lose weight try adding in job intervals. Pick up the pace for only a few seconds at a time throughout the walk. Get the heart rate up and push yourself to the point that you want to stop. Try to continue these bursts of fast walking or jogging throughout your walk, and each time you go for a walk try to jog a little longer.

Over time you will build up your cardiorespiratory ability, your heart will begin pumping more blood, happy hormones will be released, you will work up a little sweat, and you will build up strength. Intervals will help support weight loss. Steady state exercise is nowhere as effective.

Running

Q: During long bike rides, I’ve often found myself ruminating on why certain friends didn’t show up to my birthday last year. Finally, when the exercise is done, I return home in a worse mood than when I left. Our minds can be chaotic, especially when the body is under great physical stress. So how does someone manage their thoughts while training?

A: Try to focus on the positives!

When we endure long bouts of exercise we have time to think. You can use this time to think about anything you would like.

Your thoughts could be positive or negative. If you find yourself constantly thinking of negative thoughts this may be a sign to you that you have some negativity you are holding on to which is preventing you from being positive.

Work through the negativity and make an effort to find the good. Find the good in the situation, the upside, the positive, the other side of the coin.

Find a way to turn a bad situation into a good one. You are on a long ride, why not take the time to brainstorm.

Believe it or not this is an incredibly healthy process. You are on the right track.

Long bike rides are the perfect time to connect with your true self. Try to make the experience a positive one.

Positive

Q: Okay, this is an important one. What can you tell us about the importance of gut bacteria for both physical health and mental wellbeing?

A: As I mentioned earlier, our gut health is incredibly important for our overall health. Gut health is linked to our body’s functioning as well as our thoughts, actions and moods.

The gut is commonly referred to as the second brain.

When the gut is unhealthy, food is not properly digested, and food is not moving through quickly – our brain often times becomes foggy and slow moving as well, creating lethargy, lack of motivation and a drop in our mood.

If you want to feel better, have more energy, and improve your mood and outlook on life, improve the health of your digestive system. This can be done by eating healthy WHOLE foods (vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, legumes) that have not been altered and no ingredients have been added to them. Try crowding in these fresh, whole foods in an effort to crowd out unhealthy, processed foods that were made in a factory.

If the food was made in a factory and not from the ground, it will not support a healthy body and gut.

To supercharge the health of your gut, try these six tips:

  1. Eat fresh whole foods that are high in water content
  2. Drink 1 full glass of water in the morning, at lunch, and at dinner
  3. Exercise! Move the body and release toxins
  4. Sleep 7-8 hours per night
  5. Consume a probiotic-rich diet, or supplement
  6. Drink hot water or tea to promote positive gut flora

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Q: I particularly enjoyed your post ‘Your Guide to Nutrition Packed Foods’ and found that providing professional advice from a real physician to be invaluable. Many quacks on the internet provide ‘expert evidence,’ advising people that formulated ‘weight loss drinks’ and expensive vitamin pills are the key to lasting health. Is supplementation really necessary or can we get everything we need essential vegetables?

A: For the most part we can get what we need from vegetables, fruit, nuts, seeds and legumes.

However, based on the location you live and the foods you have access to, or the resources you have access to, it may be difficult to obtain all of the nutrients your body needs.

For example, I live in New Jersey (in America) and during the winter it is very difficult for me to absorb the amount of vitamin D that I need. Therefore, I supplement this nutrient.

I chose to supplement this nutrient because I know that I am deficient in it. I recommend that anyone interested in purchasing a supplement, first go to their doctor and request a full panel blood test to determine which nutrients they are deficient or low in.

Request that your hormone levels are checked as well as all of your vitamin and mineral levels.

Once you receive the results check to see what areas you are lacking.

Once you learn what you are lacking make an effort to eat foods that are high in this nutrient – while also supplementing.

Health Happy

Q: Finally, what is your philosophy on life?

A: My philosophy is to live every single say with gratefulness. Everything that I do, say, or think is based on the notion that I am grateful to be alive, to have all that I was given, to do all that I can do, and to have achieved all that I have achieved. Every day is a miracle! If take the time to remember this we will begin to see the positive and wonderful aspects of our life, as well as the world around us.

I also truly believe that everything happens for a reason and we were all created for a specific and divine purpose.

Our mission in life is to discover that purpose and live it out to the best of our ability each day.

My purpose is to deliver joy to others. My name is Angela Joy; which translates to ‘messenger of joy.’ Before ever thinking of the meaning of my name I knew that I wanted to bring happiness into the lives of others (regardless of if it was through a smile, holding the door, or offering a kind word).Years later I put the two together and realized that this indeed is my purpose! I couldn’t be more grateful ❤

Take a moment and ponder the thought; what is your purpose? What are your strengths? What do you enjoy doing? What brings you joy and fulfillment?

 

I loved the opportunity to share with all of you. If you enjoyed my responses and would like to connect with me, please email me at angelajoyhealthfitness@gmail.com, follow my blog at www.angelajoyhealthfitness.com, or follow me on Facebook AngelaJoyHealth&Fitness.

Please share your thoughts, reactions and feedback below. I look forward to hearing and connecting with you! 

 

❤ Sending you love, joy and blessings,

xo Angela Joy

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Why I Eat Healthy & Exercise?

Over the weekend I took the time and questioned myself, “Why do I live my current lifestyle?”

“Why do I choose to eat healthy food, refrain from eating unhealthy foods, exercise daily, express positive emotions and acts, surround myself with positive and supportive people? Why do I do these things?”

It is so easy to just eat whatever you want. It is easy to hang out with people who have been in your life for years, regardless of how they make you feel. It is easy to stay in that relationship. It is easy to stay in your current job, even though it sucks all of your energy. It is easy to just go to the school close by. It is easy to not exercise. Most importantly, it is easy to stay here. Here in this comfort zone that we are living in every day — afraid of change, growth and development.

BUT, should life really be easy? Are we helping ourselves?
Or, are we actually putting our lives on hold and preventing our real life
from happening?

Grateful heart

I live a every day with gratefulness.

Growing up in a hardworking, middle class family nothing was handed to us. Everything that I received my dad would ask me, “Is this something that you need?” Early on I distinguished the difference between a need and a want.

I watched every morning as my father went out to work in the wee hours of the day, returning late at night — tired, hungry, lacking ambition and full of frustration.

He gave his job his all – every day. There wasn’t a day he stayed home, no matter how sick or hurt he was. Even as a young child I realized this. We needed the money and he worked his butt off to provide it for us. He wanted us to live good lives. He wanted us to have what we needed. And for that I was grateful.

In addition, my family taught me the love of God, instilling values of gratefulness, appreciation, love, honesty and purity within me.

They taught me these beautiful values through their actions. Growing up I watched as they took in strangers needing a place to stay, donated food to the poor, donated money to children overseas, given rides to homeless and poor people, and basically given the shirts off their backs to anyone in need whenever possible even if they did not have it to give.

I have witnessed people who have nothing, and their gratefulness for so little, therefore I spend my days remembering that for any “bad” thing that happens there is always someone who has it worse and they are getting through it with less.
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As a result I wake up every single day with gratefulness.

No matter what is going on every single morning I remind myself that:

I am grateful.

  • I am grateful for my parents
  • grateful for our house
  • grateful for food
  • grateful for a bed
  • grateful for a job
  • grateful for clothes
  • grateful for my health, body and mind
  • and grateful to be alive

Therefore, as my connection to this mindset heightened over the years I became more and more conscious of the foods I eat, the people I surround myself with, the activities that I do, the movies I watch, the words I say – and overall the way that I live.

Grateful for body

I make every effort that I can to live the best,healthiest, happiest life that I possibly can.

Not because I want to be skinny, or look good, or feel good – really because I am so grateful for this life and I want to show God and the world that I am appreciative.

My body is a gift. I love my body. Every ounce of it. I am thankful for all that is does for me each and every day — regardless of how it looks.

As a result I make every effort to treat my body well giving it healthy nutritious food, love, support, care and exercise. ❤ 

This is my reasoning. It was incredibly eye opening to come to this realization. And, hopefully it was inspiring for you as well. ❤

*Every single life on this Earth is precious.

*Every single person has a specific purpose and plan.

*We were all placed on this Earth for a reason.

*It is your responsibility to live your life the best that you can in an effort to discover your purpose and live it out.

Reflection:

Take some time to ponder these questions and feel free to share below. I would LOVE to hear from you. You are also welcome to email me any time at angelajoyhealthfitness@gmail.com

  • Why do you live the way that you do?
    • Could a positive outlook improve your lifestyle and choices?
  • What is your purpose on this Earth?
    • What are your strengths and passions?

Please share your thoughts and reactions below! Sending you positive thoughts and actions today ❤

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❤ Wishing you love, joy and blessings,

 

Angela Joy xo

You Have The Opportunity To Do Whatever You Want: Will You?

Have you ever stopped and realized that when you wake up in the morning you have the opportunity to do whatever you want to do?

Now, we all have jobs, families, friends, sometimes second jobs, bills, and much, much more — I know this.

However, what I want you to realize is this: Just because what there are several things you have to do today, you do not HAVE to do them. 

Each morning when we make up we make a choice. We either think about the tasks of the day, schedule them in our phones, write them down in planners, or, we just do them.

Regardless, we wake up each day with a set agenda planned, completely forgoing creativity, free expression, down time, or really any thought at all.

Living in such a fast-paced world, full of “things to do” we are never able to STOP and consider what we WANT to do.

Try This Today:

In the midst of you day, take 15 minutes, just 15 minutes (you do have the time, especially if you cut out 15 minutes of social media use).

  1. Use the first five minutes to meditate in silence. Allow all of your stressful and damaging thoughts to free your mind.
  2. After the first five minutes, take the remaining 10 and write whatever is on your mind. Your thoughts, dreams, hopes, interests, favorite songs, etc. Write only the positive thoughts — free yourself of the negative thoughts (Those should be addressed separately in another exercise).

Try this exercise and learn some of the things that you actually WANT to do with your day/life, rather than what you have to do.

EVERY single day of our lives matter. Stop telling yourself “one more day” or “it is almost over” or “this will only take a day.” Because, the truth is, it is only a matter of time until you have to do another task that you do not enjoy doing.

Life was not created for us to live this way!

We were created to enjoy life and every single beautiful day that we are given!

Start living your life today! Stop allowing your “have to’s” and “need to’s” overpower the things you “WANT to” actually do 🙂

You call te shots

Be spontaneous, be adventurous, BE YOU!

You only get one life to live, start living it!

Share with me: What will you do today that you actually WANT to do?

❤ Wishing you love, joy and blessings,

Angela Joy

For more information about creativity breakthroughs, visit author Julia Cameron’s site: http://juliacameronlive.com/

Julia Cameron is a wonderful author who teaches others how to start their day with Morning Pages. She is very influential and knowledgeable.

Learning to Love Yourself Through Self Care

By: Angela Ciroalo

Have you ever heard of the term, “Self Love” or “Self Care”?

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So many of us are busy doing one thousand things at once (email, text, work, friends, family, etc.) that we never stop and take a moment to check in with ourselves.

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Ask yourself: What do I need today? In what areas of my life am I lacking or feeling deprived? Are there things that I aspire to accomplish but never take the time to do? Am I putting everyone else’s needs ahead of my own?

In order for us to live a healthy and happy life where we are able to better assist others, we must fully fulfill our own needs — first. 

Your health, sleep, water consumption, relationships, relaxation time, career needs and physical activity, must all be met before you are able to help others. Otherwise, you are only half there.

(For example; when you are on autopilot and completely forget what you are doing or just did, or when you are in a conversation and have no idea what the other person is saying — this is not a healthy way to live your life.)

Think about the last time you were with friends, making dinner, or driving the kids to school — you likely had several things on your mind filling your thoughts with stress and aggravation. Meanwhile, you should be focused on the task at hand and enjoying the time you are actually living in (ie. living in the moment, not the future or past).

We are all busy. But there is no reason that you have to be miserable (or not mentally there) while living your life. 

Seek to fulfill yourself with self-love and self-care before starting your  day.

Self-care involves small changes that you can easily incorporate first thing in the morning, or right before bed. 

As you begin to implement these slight changes you will start to notice small changes in the way that you think about yourself, your life and your daily tasks.

It all starts with you. 

As a single woman, I know that before I am able to fully love someone else (and allow someone to fully love me), I must first fully love myself, and it all begins with self-care. 

I encourage you to begin your journey and implement some self-care and self-love in to your life.

Beginning your journey with self-care can start with a very small addition, check out some of my suggestions below:

1. Try a Self-Love Challenge to get you started on the right path.
I found a great Self-Love Challenge created by Skinny Mom that is definitely worth a try.

Self Love Challenge

The challenge lists one thing that you can do FOR YOURSELF each day.

I chose to do the second challenge on the website (the private one, that involves writing on your own. I think self love should be a private relationship that start with you and as your self love begins to grow, then you can share it with others — that is just my opinion). 

2. Showing yourself some love by taking yourself on a date 

Don’t wait around for people to go with you places you want to go or visit places you want to see. Time along is very valuable. Value yourself and your dreams/hopes/wishes enough to take yourself wherever it is you want to go, or to do whatever it is that you want/need to do 🙂

Self love date

3. Self-Love Affirmations

Self Love Affirmation

Either first thing in the morning, or right before bed, write down and say out loud, a self-love affirmation.

This can be something like the one listed above, or it can be;

  • Congratulating yourself for the things that you accomplished that day
  • Reminding yourself (while looking at yourself in the mirror) how beautiful you are
  • Commending yourself on a great choice you made that day
  • Thanking yourself for the healthy choices you made
  • Thanking yourself for the delicious dinner you made

For more information about self-love affirmations, feel free to contact me directly and we can discuss some affirmations that work best for you, in addition to assisting you with ways to show yourself the ultimate self-love. 

4. Creating a list of the things that you need to do for yourself — every day. 

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5. Enjoy life. Try some suggestions that have been scientifically proven to make people healthier and happier. 

  • Spend time outdoors
  • Sleep more
  • Listen to music you enjoy
  • Have meaningful relationships
  • Share joy with others
  • Do not ever be hard on yourself
  • Have meaningful conversations
  • Save your money.

These are all forms of self-care.

Self Love Happiness

Some additional tips that I like and wanted to share include: 

Self Care

Self Love Tips

Regardless of what you do to begin your journey with self-care, ultimately leading to self-love, it all starts with loving yourself enough to want to make the change. 

We can not change other people. It is something that we must want within ourselves.

Self Love body is a temple

Your body is a temple. Honor it in all that you do, say, eat, and drink.

For more information about self-care, feel free to contact me directly (angelajoynutrition@gmail.com) and as part of my health coaching program that I offer, we can discuss ways for YOU SPECIFICALLY to show yourself self-love. 

❤ Wishing you love, joy and blessings,

Angela Joy

Wednesday’s Dose of Inspiration

By: Angela Joy

Do what you love

Don’t be afraid to do what you love.

Fear is only a thought within the mind holding you in the current state that you are in.

Whatever it is that you love, dream and hope for — reach out and grab it. Ignore fear. Disregard everyone and everything trying to obstruct you from achieving your goals.

When all is said in done, you will be grateful.

If you let fear overcome your thoughts and actions, you will never know what could have become of your life.

Step away from your fears and closer to these things that you love. 

What are some things you are struggling with? In what ways are you able to overcome them? Have you been successful in pursuing your dreams, or are you allowing fear to overcome your actions? 

Wishing you love, joy and blessings,

Angela Joy

Say “No” To Weighing Yourself & “Yes” to Loving Yourself

By: Angela Ciroalo

Weighing ourselves is a common thing that we all likely do.

We tend to weigh ourselves as we exit the bathroom, enter our bedrooms, or even just before we leave the house.

Instead of placing the number in your mind, I am going to give you an alternative for ONE week.

I am challenging you to go one full week without weighing yourself.

Take The Challenge

Photo courtesy of Angela Joy 

Use this week to instead focus on the successes that you experienced (going to the gym, eating a banana instead of cookies, sleeping an extra hour, drinking several cups of water).

Remove all negativity: Remove your thoughts about how many pounds you want to lose, the areas of your body you are unhappy with and, overall, any thing that brings you stress or unhappiness.

Too often we place our focus on what we did not do, what we have done wrong or what we still need to do — instead of all of the wonderful things WE DID DO!

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These are all negative thoughts that poison the mind and prevent improvement.

These thoughts weigh you down, bring you stress and aggravation, prevent you from being happy — and decrease you opportunity for success.

Therefore, use the next week to detox your negative thoughts (including the number on the scale) and instead begin taken steps to learn to love yourself.

Love yourself for all of the wonderful things you have accomplished, done correctly, succeeded in, and so forth 🙂 I am sure there are a TON, but you have overshadowed them on all that you did not do right. Stop that!! ❤

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Those few minutes that you would have spent weighing yourself, you can instead look in the mirror and remind yourself of you beautiful or handsome you are.

This sounds silly, but it is really nice to hear from yourself. The more you tell yourself how much you truly do love yourself, the more you will believe it and then express it in your actions and behaviors.

Loveing yourself

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Loving yourself expresses confidence, which allows you to be positive, thus happier and overall successful in all that you do. 

Try this one week challenge and take note of the changes that you feel each day.

You will be very surprised of how much this small change will impact your life!!

Choose Happiness

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Take the challenge today: Say “No” to weighing yourself and “Yes” to loving yourself 🙂

Good luck with this exercise. Let me know how it works out.

Beauty

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Beautiful

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❤ Wishing you love, joy and blessings!

Best,

Angela Joy xo

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