Betsy knows that it’s rough out there. All the negativity, the hate, the strife. Makes you want to stay in bed and not move a single inch to face reality. She understands and wants you to know that you’re not alone.
A bit of positivity goes a long way. I want you to know that you’re doing the best you can. Don’t let anyone tell you that you’re not doing enough.
You are enough.
You are strong.
You are meant to be here.
You have every reason to exist.
You have the ability to make things better.
You are brave.
Sending you love and hugs your way. I believe in you. Let me know what you’re going through in the comments below. I’m here to listen.
Betsy felt cute and happy as she modeled herself in front of the mirror. She didn’t care about what others think of her bikini outfit.
“The beach will need to make room for my awesomeness when I arrive,” she proudly said to herself.
It was time for Betsy to go home. She will never forget the sights and sounds from her vacation.
Betsy became fond of the palm trees during her stay. It was a reminder to slow down and enjoy life with each passing breeze.
Betsy realised that she took the term YOLO a little too seriously when consuming a gallon of dairy-free ice cream on a Friday night.
After sipping her third tropical drink, Betsy takes note of the warm gentle breeze from the ocean. Feeling relaxed, Betsy quietly said to herself:
Summer bodies are overrated. I appreciate my chubby self, all year round.
Betsy never cared what others think of her. She always knew she was different from the rest. In due time, others appreciated Betsy for her unique nature.
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Sometimes when things get hectic, I rely on one thing that helps me stay sane (aside from eating food). And that is…taking a nap!
I think many of us take naps for granted, especially when we get older. Of course, handling children and trying to squeeze in a few winks is difficult to do so. That’s why I try my best to take one either during my lunch break or when I’m finally finished with my work. Those 10-15 minutes are pure bliss.
What’s your form of self care?