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are enough - even when you're late or confused or homesick or have too high of expectations for stumbled upon Kate Elizabeth Conner via Sarah Tucker, and felt the need to share. Just remember, you
Ten Things for Single Girls
right back. 10. Be you. Because you are beautiful. And you are enough. Wholly, fully, inside and out . You are enough. It doesn't take a diamond ring to tell you this. You are enough, exactly as you are. Exactly where you are.
Maintaining Friendships In a Changing Decade
letting jealousy win. You have enough, you do enough, you are enough. Don't let jealousy tell you otherwise.
you deserve to enjoy today
what you have or don't have. Simply because you are enough; you are valuable. And you deserve to get
{what i learned in 2012}
imperfections and flaws and on days you want to lounge around and do nothing at all: you are enough. Just . And it made me so sad. So in case no one has told you yet this year: You are enough. In your by living and being who you were designed to be, you're succeeding. It took me all year (+ 25
10 Things I Want You to Know
when you lose five pounds. Not when you get a better job. Not when you have a boyfriend. Right now you, dear reader, know, believe and feel when you read this blog: 1. You are enough RIGHT NOW Not ! Right, as you are, in this moment. You are enough. You don't have to strive to be better. You are already enough. So you can stop hustling. You can rest here. 2. You deserve a relationship with good
Five Facts from a Guy {about girls} #2
hope these facts shine light on the idea that you are enough. You are worthy of the best love and I
Give Yourself the Generosity You're Already Giving to Others
out, that you are already enough, takes a heroic effort. I'm learning that the grace and gentility and generosity you'd give your mom, sister or best friend. You are already enough, no matter
better half
stop and 180. It's the moment you remind yourself you are enough and vow never to utter those words
break free from your bad relationship
found myself praying that more of you, sweet readers, could believe that you are enough. That you are good and worthy. That your life was designed and you were fearfully and wonderfully made. And
you are enough
you are enough
cheerleader
, the power of positive self-talk is very real. And in case no one has told you yet today: you are enough. You
was your workout enough?
enough One of my mantras for 2016 is that I will respect myself enough to set boundaries. As I wrapped should add sprints You should keep going You should do more That workout wasn't enough You are not
why does every girl think she needs to lose weight?
be so hard on yourself. Because you are beautiful. You are enough as you are. I wish you could see
for when you're worried he's too good for you
180. It's the moment you remind yourself you are enough and vow never to utter those words again
on comparison
-collegey-one-part-grownup apartment is great. And in case you've forgotten, you are enough. Single or
a note on food & exercise
or anything in between. And no matter if you skip a run or eat too many brownies, you are enough, exactly
When is it going to be your turn?
your life doesn't not begin when you get married. // This picture of Sally , I thought I'd repost it for anyone who might need to be reminded. Don't forget - you are beautiful, you are enough and
the right guy is worth waiting for
pain of a broken relationship or marriage down the road. And, in the meantime, don't forget that you are fearfully and wonderfully made. And you are enough.
For When Social Media Steals Your Joy
Have you ever had a few minor aches and pains, plugged them in to Google and, within a few minutes, convinced yourself that you were severely ill? This effect is apparently known as Cyberchondria and is not an uncommon reaction to WebMD. I was getting coffee with a friend last week and we were joking about how social media can be a lot like WebMD. You think you're OK - you're having a good day, cruising right along - and then, bam! You see a friend in Iceland. Suddenly you're Googling flights to Reykjavik, making a Pinterest board for all of the cute coats you're going to need. Not to mention the boots! And bam! You see a friend just graduated law school and you're panicked: what are you doing with your life anyway? Suddenly your bachelor's degree feels like child's play and you're scouring the internet for an LSAT prep course near you. You see a friend's Christmas dinner table - the white dishes, gold chargers and tiny evergreen wreaths. Suddenly your tiny piney feels like Charlie Brown's tree and you're wondering if you're actually a grown up? You see people at a party on Friday night, as you're getting in bed at 10 p.m. after a lovely night of a face mask and a glass of wine. Suddenly your night (about which you felt very content five minutes prior) feels embarrassing. Why didn't anyone invite me? Why don't I do more cool stuff? Why am I not more social? From boyfriends to babies, brunch to New Year's Eve and everything in between, it can be easy to sit on social media and notice all the things that are wrong with our lives. It can be easy to suddenly feel the aches and pains that are plaguing us, diagnosing ourselves with all sorts of issues that were never really there to begin with. In these moments, it helps me to talk back to those aches and pains. To remind myself that Iceland does sound nice, but, before this moment, it wasn't even on my bucket list. And sure, another degree would be nice, I guess, but I'd never even thought about grad school until I noticed everyone around me was snatching up MBAs. It's essential for me to have grounding statements (Truth Arrows!) to speak back to that noisy voice echoing from social media. I have to remind myself I'm exactly where I need to be right now. I am doing enough. I am not missing out. There is enough to go around. I am not supposed to keep up, but, instead run wild and free toward my own dreams. Maybe you're running toward your dreams. Maybe you feel super stuck, unsure of what to do next. Maybe you have no clue what your dreams are and are just trying to keep your head above water today. From someone who has been there (all of those places!), let me tell you: You are doing enough. You may feel like you're drowning. But, you might actually be treading. Don't let the cyberchondria get you down. Keep going. You're doing great.
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