The end of year is full of distractions. And expectations.
It’s easy to get lost in what advertisers, the media or your family members believe you should be doing or how you should be feeling.
Unless it truly brings you joy and fills your heart, you don’t have to do what everyone else doing.
In truth, this is one of the best times of year to focus on yourself.
That’s right. Self-love. Be nice to yourself. Think good thoughts about yourself. Consciously do things that make you feel good.
And if you’d like to give yourself a wonderful gift, give yourself credit for all you’ve accomplished this year.
Get your 2016 calendar or daily planner and find a quiet, comfortable place. Then, month by month, review everything you accomplished during the year. Acknowledge all that you’ve done.
This is not just about your material accomplishments. It’s also about your personal evolution.
As you review your year, here are some questions to keep in mind:
What projects did I complete?
What new adventures did I enjoy?
What skills did I develop or acquire?
What did I learn about myself?
What opportunities and abundances did I manifest?
What fears or limiting thoughts did I overcome?
What new experiences did I have?
Be sure to focus on the positive aspects of everything you experienced. I’m confident you’ll feel good by giving yourself credit.
When I do this annual review for myself, I write down a list of all my accomplishments. If I recall something that brings up mixed emotions, I place a hand over my heart and ask my heart to tell me the meaning or higher purpose behind that particular experience.
By acknowledging your completions, accomplishments, and personal growth over the last 12 months, you raise your vibration and tap into your higher will.
This is an important act of self-love and sets your vibrational foundation for the coming year. After all, you are the most important person in your life. And you always will be.