Happy Weekend!!! I hope you all are having a wonderful one. It’s Thanksgiving weekend here in Canada and we’ve been busy spending time with family and taking time to enjoy every minute of it.
It’s important to take time to enjoy the little things in life, to connect with those we love and take time to give thanks for all the things in our lives that make them wonderful. That’s exactly what today’s step is all about. Today, I want you to take some time to celebrate your success!
When we’re building a new routine and trying to reclaim our lives from the chaos, it is important to take time out to acknowledge and celebrate our victories. We need to take a moment to recognize how well we’re doing. Every step forward is something to be celebrated. So today I want you to do something for yourself to celebrate your own personal victories.
Celebrate Your Success
Whether you’ve been managing to do all three of your three things each day or not, take some time to do something nice for yourself today. Do something that makes you smile, or laugh, or that makes you feel content and happy.
- Make a cup of tea and read a book for a whole hour
- Watch a movie
- Go have coffee with friends
- Have a nice long bubble bath with candles and just relax
- Bake something you love
- Go for a walk
- Stay in your PJs all day
- Treat yourself to an at home spa day
- Eat out
- Order in
- Use paper plates so you don’t have to do the dishes
- Spend time on a hobby you enjoy
Whatever it is that will bring you joy, take some time today to do it. It’s so important to take this time to say “Yay! I’ve gotten this far” and you so totally deserve this. Life can be crazy, it can be busy and chaotic, taking these small moments of time to do something nice for ourselves is going to help us so much in the long run.
That’s it for today. I don’t want to keep you – you’ve got important stuff to do today. I would love to hear about how you’re celebrating YOU today. Come on back tomorrow and drop me a line in the comments to let me know what you chose to do today. Above all else have some fun!!!! And to all my fellow Canadians out there, I wish you a wonderful, joy-filled Thanksgiving!