November Challenge of the Month – Affirmations Baby!

You are what you think.

Anyone who knows me well, knows I’m an affirmation ninja.

I change them up all the time, but the one I’m loving right now is “Right here, right now, I’m exactly where I need to be.”

If I’m having a hard time falling asleep or I’m stressed out, this little phrase calms be right down.

I’ve been using daily affirmations for a long time.

In my early twenties, I was working on Broadway in a musical that scared the crap out of me.  It was an extremely difficult role and I was terrified of it. Every night, right before curtain, I would have an a little panic attack.

I’d think,  “I can’t do this. I’m not the person for this job. I’m not good enough for this job.”  I began dreading going to work.

One day I walked into my friend’s dressing room and saw colorful post-its all over her mirrors.

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“What are those for?” I asked.

“Those are my affirmations. My saving grace in life.”  She said.

“Huh?” I’d never heard of them.

She told me all about affirmations and why they kick ass, and I started doing them that night.

My attitude went from having daily dread to feeling joy and excitement.  Well,  I’ve been a believer ever since.

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November’s Challenge of the Month is all about Daily Affirmations!

Check out my blog here:  Affirmations: I Am Enough   for my how-to guide.

Click here for your Monthly Calendar! 

It’s an awesome guide to help you stay inspired.

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This challenge is all about energy and thought transformation. I’m really excited that you are going to give it a try!

Leave me a comment and keep me posted on your experiences. I’ll be right there with ya!

Hop on over to our Facebook page for more inspiration and ideas.

xoxo

Kel

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Comments

  1. Again, thanks and more thanks for this idea, which I’ve tried before and am trying again with you.

    I find it’s fun to use the lyrics of an inspiring song as my affirmation — that way I can sing it to myself for extra energy. I used this one (Makin’ It by David Naughton) as is — and then rewrote some of the lyrics to make it more personal!; here’s a kareoke version:

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  2. Thanks for the inspirational idea of positive post it notes. It’s just what I need as I’m determined to fight my way thru panic attacks. Keep my courage up and it will keep me up. I am strong and confident! Stay calm and rock on (a motto borrowed from our family’s (Rock on Foundation) to fight MLD. Keep smiling. :)