I wanted to make this podcast episode of mine into a blog post! Some people like reading things & having a visual rather than listening, and vice versa. I like both haha. 🤗😜 My podcast isn’t very well established yet, but I’ve decided to dedicate that platform to mainly affirmations, carefully chosen each week! On Tuesday’s to be exact! (What a random day.)The link above will take you to the podcast and give me a little time please, because I’m new at it. I feel like I just needed to figure out how I wanted to use that platform. It came to me the other day. Each platform is for something specific, but they all come together as one. Goals and Good Vibes. Tips & inspiration of many variations from my perspective on life to help others live a happier, healthier, more positive lifestyle.
Back to the affirmations. Affirmations will empower you if you do them the right way. By that I just mean be intentional. You have to believe them and say them with your whole chest or your inner whole chest 😜 on the off chance you don’t feel comfortable stating affirmations to yourself out loud…which I feel like they both are effective methods. Pick your choosing. Affirmations are a great tool for helping you form new beliefs and encourage a more positive mindset. All new habits or change takes time. Especially if you are so used to the negative self-talk. Intentional affirmations will lessen the noise of the critical thoughts of ourselves.
What you feed your mind is very important. Make sure to choose affirmations that you resonate with and feel meaningful to your life specifically. You should repeat affirmations daily. As needed. Everybody varies in needs. I suggest writing them down and keeping them in a visible place where you’ll see them throughout your day. Like I said, it might be uncomfortable at the beginning – but I encourage you to push past the feeling of ‘yuck’ and go through the uncomfortable. That’s where you’ll find the change in thoughts you’re looking for. Enjoy the affirmations. Let me know which one you like best!
1. I am confident in both my natural and learned abilities as a mother.
2. I create the atmosphere in my home – It is aplace of peace, ease, and joy.
3. I go with the flow when unexpected interruptions come my way.
4. I ask for help when I need it because it makes our family stronger.
5. I lean into rest every day so that I can show up as the best version of myself for my family.
6. I show myself and my kids grace every day.
7. I understand that all of the small, unseen and uncelebrated acts of daily service in my home create a sense of deep love and safety for my children.
8. I am learning to be a better mother every day.
9. Everything I do serves a purpose for my family.
10. I am a good mom, even as I work to become a better one.
11. I am the exact parent my child needs to blossom so I don’t need to compare myself with others.
12. Taking care of myself is a responsibility I will model to my children without guilt.
13.Just as the needs of my children matter, so do my own.
14. I am a blessing to my family.
15. I release expectations and allow my children and family to be who we are.
16. I am a leader to my children.
17. In taking care of myself, I’m teaching my kids the value of self-care.
18. I can handle any ups and downs that come with parenting.
19. I am capable of achieving my goals and creating a fulfilling life for myself and my family.
20. I am deserving of happiness and joy in my life.
21. I am a great mom, and my children love and appreciate me.
22. I am patient and understanding with myself as I learn and grow.
23. I am confident in my ability to raise my children to be kind and compassionate individuals.
24. When something is out of balance, I prayerfully seek out answers and am led to solutions that make a difference.
25. I am allowed to take breaks and practice self-care when I need it.
26. I learn from doing. Making mistakes is part of the process towards growth and fulfillment.
27. I am grateful for the opportunity to speak life over my children.
28. I am good at finding creative solutions to daily struggles.
29. I release the need to compare myself to other moms. I am enough as I am.
30. I am a loving and nurturing presence in my child’s life.
31. I am resilient and bounce back from setbacks with grace.
32. My worth extends beyond my productivity. I am valuable, cherished, and loved.
33. I forgive myself for any self-doubt. I choose to believe in my abilities to be a loving mom.
34. My strength shines through in the love and support I offer my children.
35. I prioritize self-care and recognize that rest is a fundamental aspect of it.
36. Even though I feel overwhelmed, I will get through this.
37. I fill my body with confidence and kind words every day.
38. I demonstrate positive self-talk and self-love because I am worth it and so are my children.
39. I am more than just a mom.
40. I don’t have to get it right all of the time, my own experience and the lessons I learn make me a better mom.