This Valentine’s Day, fall ridiculously in love with yourself by:

Set New Heights

Challenge yourself and rediscover your limits. We often think we have reached our potential, and it is easy to fall into complacency. By pushing ourselves forward and trying new things, we open up to new possibilities and opportunities.

Love yourself enough to go out of your comfort zone, and who knows, you may surprise yourself with new achievements.

Celebrate Your Achievements

People often set goals and resolutions but forget to reward themselves once they hit them. Those goals are important milestones that deserve to be acknowledged, no matter how insignificant you may think they are.

Gone through the entire day without a negative thought? Good for you! Now here’s a cupcake.

Didn’t clock any overtime this week? Awesome! You deserve a spa weekend.

Coworker pay you a compliment for your work? Great! You go and get that scarf you’ve been saving up for the past month.

Renew That Passion

Tired of the same old job?

Set new goals to improve the process and increase productivity. Ask yourself what can be done better, or are there redundant tasks.

Lend a helping hand to a coworker and learn more about their job scope. Or seek assistance from others in your team, lean back and appreciate the different working dynamics of your colleagues.

Participate in community projects that allow you to network in the company or even across branches and different parts of the organisation.

In not so many words…

Love yourself this Valentine’s Day and allow others to love you too.

15 replies on “Love Thyself

  1. I am always disturbed when people are told to “Love yourself,” as if they did not already.
    Even suicidal people love themselves. See https://capost2k.wordpress.com/2016/02/07/to-be-or-not-to-be-that-is-not-the-real-question/.
    It is a misunderstanding to think anyone does NOT love himself/herself.
    Ephesians 5:29 says, “No one ever hated his own flesh, but nourishes and cherishes it.” Note, Paul uses “flesh” to mean the personal soul; when he means “body,” he uses that term, not flesh.
    The difficulty we have is distinguishing between what happens to us and who we ARE. The more we LOVE ourselves the more we feel badly about what we have done or what has happened to us and we feel like, “I should not have to go through this.”
    I recommend we quit telling people to love themselves and help them discover who they are and how God loves them even more than they do. 😉
    ❤️&🙏, c.a.

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