I love how Jessie Hays reminds us that self-love is ever evolving.
We forget that. We forget a lot of things. But she’s here, gently reminding us that we should stop believing everything we think, that we should embrace and love the things that make us different, that we should stop the comparisons.
‘There is no one on this planet like you, so you cannot fairly compare yourself to someone else. The only person you should compare yourself to is you.’
She reminds us to tell ourselves things that will make us smile. She brings us home. It’s all in her 30 Ways to Practice Self-Love and Be Good to Yourself … and it’s worth reading again and again.
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