It’s really common in our society to focus on what’s lacking. Just look at advertisements or billboards. We’re told we need the newest car, the best phone, a better body, more wealth, etc. etc. etc. This can create a perception of scarcity in which we never have enough. It can also make us feel like our own self-worth is fleeting and we must always compete or attain more to maintain it. This can then make it very hard to be happy where we are or feel like we can change our situation. But when you have a mindset of abundance, you’re more inclined to see the bigger picture. It opens up the ability to be at ease with where you are now while working towards any changes you’d like to see in your life. So, how do you cultivate an abundance mindset? Here are some places to start.
Did you know how you think has a ton of power over your happiness? It’s true. How we think shapes how we act, how we react, and ultimately, how we create our destiny and fulfill our purpose. Although you can’t change certain things that happen—or have happened to you in the past—each day, you choose how to respond to them. It might not feel that way at first, but a little practice with positive thinking makes a huge difference. Here’s how to start.
Morning is a great time to start practicing better self-care and start your day on a more grounded note, as you move from your state of rest to an active day. Try adding in some of these practices to your daily morning routine. If it seems like a lot, start with just one at a time! This practice is all about working at your own pace. Here are six nourishing morning rituals you can use to start your day off right today.
Hi there! I'm Dr. Aprile Andelle. I'm a licensed psychotherapist (LMFT), solution focused mental health coach and advocate specializing in online therapy (virtual counseling) for love and relationships, plus mental health stressors such as trauma, anxiety, depression, stress, and burnout. But don't worry, with me, therapy and mental health support is meaningful and life-changing. Come dive in with me!
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