The perfect affirmations to help you start the new year off right

Words are and always have been more than just random patterns and symbols on a screen. They are mouthpieces of the spirit, warmongers and pacifists, expressions of the inexpressible. They have the the power to change youand you, in turn, have the power to change the world. That’s why, even though the words and phrases on this list may seem simple and insignificant to many, I believe they are truly capable of making a difference in your mindset, outlook, and future accomplishments.

1. I am/you are enough

There is nothing wrong with simply wanting more in life. We all have very limited time on this planet, but it’s still enough to really Direct and make a difference. However, don’t let this perception of “more” make you think that you are now “not enough”. From time to time, you need reassurance, either from yourself or from others, that you are currently a great person. worthy of happiness and love.

“But here is the deal, sweet stranger. You deserve to be the protagonist of your own wonderful, weird and terrifying little life. If you decide you are enough, you are enough. You don’t have to wait for much external validation of your worth before you offer your kindest heart. – Kathy Brown

2. I Care

It’s so easy to get trapped in your own head. When you feel like life is just “too much”, it’s natural to feel alone. With all that weight on your shoulders, how is it possible you’re not carrying it all by yourself? This is why, sometimes, we need to be reassured not to face the obstacles of life without anyone by our side. Just being reassured that there is at least one person who sees you struggling, understands your burdens, and is willing to go through it all with you can make a huge difference.

“Caring for others is an expression of what it means to be fully human.” -Hillary Clinton

3. I need help/a break

Many of us see the world as a place where productivity equals societal validity. This type of thinking will turn your hobbies into dreaded obligations and your motivation into burnout, because that “productivity” is in what makes you smarter or stronger rather than happier. Really, it’s ok to admit you’re tired and need time for yourself. Not every day will be filled with standing ovations and accolades; sometimes, you just have to get out of it and that’s good enough.

“Let her sleep, because when she wakes up she will shake the world.” – Napoleon Bonaparte

4. I made a mistake

We live in a world where we are always assured that we don’t need to achieve perfection, but somehow people always feel like they have to. It can be difficult to openly admit that you are not perfect, but in doing so, you learn to accept yourselfwith all your weaknesses, fears and flaws, and still love this person despite everything.

“I can say that I am only human and that I have made mistakes. I can say that I try to live my life as true and honest as possible. I am not perfect , no one is. No one is harder on me than me. No one can please everyone. No one can live in the past and hope to grow. I have moved forward and hope that I am not not defined by a few moments in my life, but by all the moments that will make up my life.- Chris Brown

5. I did my best

In life, you won’t always get your way. You may work hard for something and things may not go as planned. Because of these failures, you tend to downplay your efforts or diminish your self-image. These can manifest as telling yourself “I didn’t even study hard for this test anyway” or “I’m naturally bad at this.” I can not do anything about it “. You must learn to embrace what comes to you and be proud of your hard and honest workwhatever the outcome.

“So I’m going to do this, and I’ll do my best and if my best isn’t good enough, at least I’ve done everything I can, everything in me. I haven’t trying to be someone else, someone I could never be -Garth Nix

6. It’s not good for me

While toxic relationships, both romantic and platonic, seem to be so normalized and even romanticized in today’s world, you need to make the conscious effort to realize when something or someone is have a negative impact on your mental health and believe that You deserve better.

“Don’t associate with toxic people. It is better to be alone and to love yourself than to be surrounded by people who make you hate yourself. -Robin Williams

7. I can/will

One of the most important things when it comes to achieving your goals is your mindset. You must believe that despite all the challenges, doubts, discouragement and fear, you are able to live the life you wanted those nights you couldn’t fall asleep, if only you get up and work for it.

“Never let anyone tell you that you can’t do something. You have a dream, you have to protect it. People can’t do something themselves, they want to tell you that you can’t do it. If you want something, go get it. Period.” -Will Smith

8. I will live, not just exist

You should not let your future dreams and goals blind you to the present, as this will eventually lead to regrets and missed opportunities. Today, even if you’re not living your dream yet, it’s something you’ll never get back once it’s gone. Make it count, because it is only when you realize this fact that you truly experience how wonderful it is to just be alivehere and now.

“Suddenly you are torn to be alive. And life is pain, and life is suffering, and life is horror, but my god you’re alive and it’s spectacular. -Joseph Campbell

9. I Will

Life is getting painfully hard for all of us. Sometimes you may feel too broken to fix. You think it’s impossible for one person to face so much. You’re so wrapped up in worries and insecurities that it seems so much easier to stay down when you’re knocked down. When life looks like this, you have to make sure the sun will go down, the hour hand will pass midnight, and despite it all, you’ll still be there, just you, a new day and a world full of possibilities.

“You were given this life because you are strong enough to live it.” -Robin Sharma

10. I grew up

In all the craziness of your daily life, you often forget to just take the time to appreciate where you came from, how you got to where you are now, and the experiences – good and bad – that have shaped you. into who you are. Regardless of new problems, you must recognize that you have overcome all those who have come before you, that you have become a better person, and you are going keep growing every day of your life.

“Life is growth. If we stop growing, technically and spiritually, we are practically dead. – Morihei Ueshiba