MARINADESIREE

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Sunday, May 20, 2012

A Sparkfriend, I don't know if she would be okay with me naming her, so I will stick to 'her' for now. I am sure she will read it, recognize herself and decide for herself if she wants her name mentioned, made a blog post that really hit home. She wrote about stopping being negative to yourself. Not being nasty towards yourself. She mentioned that she would never tolerate someone else talking to her or someone she loves that way. So why do we? Why do we kick ourselves when we are down? I really took this blog post to heart and decided:

This has to emoticon!!!!!!!!!!!!

So, here is my challenge, to myself and to anybody who has the same problem!

I challenge myself to post a single thing I like about myself or something good that I have done myself EVERY.SINGLE.DAY! It could be something as simple as getting up on the first alarm, a feature you like about yourself or whatever. The positive thought is what counts.
Goals: 1 blog a day with a positive comment about myself every day for two weeks!

Could be extended we will see.

And I am going to start right now:

I love my eyes. My eyes are a hazel colour that I associate with a dark amber. And amber is a gem that is mentioned in several myths of the Ancients (as I just learned in the Magical Circle School!).

So, here it is, I love my eyes, and I have always done so. I call them my best outward feature.

Thank You Sparkfriend for changing the way I look at myself!
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  • TRISHASPARKLES
    Hi Marina,

    You have beautiful eyes.

    I'm going to join you on this challenge, because I have the tendency to keep any of my good characteristics out of the public eye and dismissing compliments.

    So, I'm going to think about what positive thing I'm going to post.

    Love and light,
    Trisha
    2222 days ago
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