February 13th is International Self Love Day
Inspired by Christine Arylo from Madly in Love with Me, it’s a day where women are encouraged to come together and reconnect with their innate self worth.
Self worth that is not based on achievement, comparison, or unrealistic standards.
It’s about starting a real conversation about what self-love means to you and agreeing to put that into action.
There are now over 700 Team Love ambassadors in 31 countries and I’m hyped to be one of them.
I want you to be a part of it!
Celebrating self-love is not about narcissism or ego.
It’s about self-acceptance – acknowledging your self-worth and showering yourself, and others with compassion ♥
Please don’t think for a minute that I’m resting up here on the lofty laurels of self-love.
I’m still walking the walk. Some days I’m planted firmly in self-love and other days, I feel as if I’m almost starting over. But only almost.
There are substantial gains to be had walking this path.
I have an inkling it’s going to be a life-long travail and I am calling for as many of you to join in as possible.
So, what is self-love?
I think it’s time for a new definition.
Here’s what I came up with.
Please share with everyone, what self-love means to you?
Do you love and appreciate yourself?
Do you connect with the idea that self-love is not something that you have to earn? That you are worthy just by being here, by showing up?
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