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How to Have Better Relationships Through Your Own Self Love


How to Have Better Relationships Through Your Own Self Love

In today’s busy world, we rarely set time aside for ourselves and often ignore our well being. This ignorance can lead to mental and physical health issues and start to seep into our relationships. It is critical that you take some time out of your busy schedule for just you. We tend to neglect ourselves and put off taking a break for any sort of self-care. This can lead to a never-ending work cycle with no recreation that may leave you feeling down, frustrated or even hysteric. The easy solution to this problem is to take care of you. Take some “me-time” out of your around-the-clock schedule and treat yourself to something nice and stress-relieving. Do not feel selfish about it, because when you feel good, you are better able to take good care of your relationships and your work.


Ways to Promote Self-love


There is no specific rule of thumb to taking care of yourself; it can involve anything you like to do that makes you feel refreshed. Here is a short list of ideas:

· Spend some time alone, away from the world, in a calm and quiet place. You can go for a morning walk or visit a park. Don’t turn on the TV or laptop. Just be with yourself.

· Reflect on what has been happening in your life. Appreciate your achievements and encourage yourself to do more.

· Read your favorite book or some poetry.

· Focus your energy on being a beautiful person on the inside rather than focusing on the outward beauty.

· Get up early in the morning, eat healthily throughout the day, get some exercise and meditation, and go to bed early. This healthy routine will keep your mind and body on the right track and your soul will automatically feel refreshed.

With these simple steps, you can learn to love yourself and bring positive changes to your life.


Spend Time with Your Loved Ones


Spending time with your loved ones is food for the soul. You feel refreshed and happy when you get enough attention, love, and time from your loved ones and vice versa. To boost the energy level of your mind and body and to help satisfy your soul, try to maximize the time you spend with your family, your partner, and your kids. Here are some good ways to maximize small amounts of time:

· Arrange specific activities that you love to do with your partner or kids. For example, go to a theme park and take rides with your children, or plan a movie night with your partner. These little trips will help you stay happy and feel blessed.

· Always plan ahead if you are usually busy so that you don’t disappoint your family by not showing up.

· Give yourself a break from technology; your phone, iPad, and laptop need to stay away from you in order for you to spend quality time with your family and actually be present in the moment.

· Try to communicate with your partner and children one-on-one to promote feelings of mutual love and respect.

· Use positive affirming words to give off positive vibes.

These steps will help to promote a healthy family life, which will have a deep positive impact on your mind, body, and soul. Loving your family and loving your life starts with loving yourself. Love yourself and you will excel!


If you would like to learn more about my 1:1 coaching programs, send me an email jules@lifestylelatitudes.com.


Yours in health and wellness,

Julie

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I'm Jules.  I am a mom, wife, friend, sister, daughter, crusader for health, dog lover, and business person. I have learned to slow down, enjoy life, practice wellness, and strive to have clean counters in my kitchen.  I start every morning with a cup of clean coffee, have a solid morning routine, tend to be a type-A personality but strive for balance, work to be the best version of myself, and occasionally sneak a sweet treat! I have lived with and overcome multiple health challenges and want to empower you to feel better too by developing a lifestyle with healthy habits, increased awareness of self care, and mindfulness!  I have a B.S. in Food Science & Human Nutrition from the University of Florida. I am a NBC-HWC Board Certified Health Coach, only 4% of health coaches in the USA carry this credential.

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