Happy Valentines Day! I wanted to take a moment to do a mini mid-week post on the most random and beautiful holiday of the year.
Regardless if you are in a relationship, married, single, or have multiple partners take some time in your day to show love towards yourself. I feel we live in a society where we feel obligated to love others or be loved by others and we never take the time to love our self. Do something to show love and gratitude for you and only for you. This morning I showed love for myself by doing some of my favorite activities. I went climbing for a bit, went to a yoga class, and made a delicious breakfast, and now writing this post. These are all activities that bring me joy and happiness and reminds me of how extraordinary it is to be human. What do you do to express self-love?
After showing love for yourself, go and share that love with the world! If you’re in a relationship, express your love to your partner. I also challenge everyone, throughout your day to give random acts of kindness. For those who are bitter about today, give them extra love! Show them they are loved! Valentine’s Day has nothing to do with your ‘relationship status’. Single, married, or whatever you are loved! I love all my readers, I love my clients, friends, and family because you all have created a special place in my heart and I wouldn’t be who I am today without your love and support. I want you to know you are loved, you are special, you are beautiful, and I am so grateful to have you in my life.
Enjoy your Valentine’s Day, go and share your love, be grateful for all the love in your life, the love from your friends, family, co-workers. In this world we could all use a little bit more love, so go into your day full of love.
I’m off to the salon to share the love like pink eye in an elementary school! Affecting everyone and spreading like a wild fire.... Gross analogy but it gets the point across.
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