Freedom from Comparison
This is a great gift for this time of the year, when we’ve spent a lot of time with family and friends and differences in lifestyle and our physical selves may be on our minds.
This gift is Freedom from Comparison.
It is human nature to compare ourselves.
How we look.
What kind of cars we drive.
The houses we live in.
But, it can rob us of joy.
When we are comparing ourselves to others,
We are actually judging.
Seeing yourself or others as less than is fear that we aren’t good enough.
I have another option for you, instead we can choose love.
We can use these simple steps:
Let me know in the comments, what you think.
If you liked this and think it can help someone, like it or love it and share it!
I hope this has served you! Thank you for being in my circle!
If this resonates with you, come join my Facebook group, The Happily Ever After Soulution for Weight Wellness.
Less Noise, More Shine
I know the noisy mind rants that focus on what you did wrong and what you should do to “make up” for “bad choices”. Thinking constantly about how much chocolate I ate, re-eating it in my mind over and over. Beating myself up and shaming myself. Hating to get on the scale and hating myself more afterwards.
But now, it is so different, my days are focused on feeling good about myself and setting myself up for shining because, when you feel like you are shining, choices that are worthy of what you truly want for yourself come naturally.
Now, I don’t judge myself by the number on the scale. I am able to let go of things that hold me back. I can consistently stay in my happy weight range and the difference in my life is night and day. I am so grateful for the light of day.
If this makes sense to you, check out my Facebook group, The Happily Ever After Soulution for Weight Wellness https://www.facebook.com/groups/183422478884670/
Click for a Free Guided
With Tracks Like:
Feel Your Worth
Healing for Weight Wellness
Click for FREE DIY Cleaner Eating Tools
I was a school teacher for 20 years and am a lifetime soul learner. I am still a teacher, just a different curriculum.