Self-love, inner balance + peace for optimum health.
Have you even been told this? There are a million ways. It could be as simple as a whispered, snarky comment when you're talking about you're new hobby, or perhaps a friend who doesn't want to hang out anymore because you take your interests too seriously.
Love is a powerful thing. I don't think we talk enough about emotional wellness enough, but taking care of ourselves is incredibly important. How we treat ourselves has a direct relationship with our level of happiness, success, and fulfillment.
Most of us have our visions of an ideal life and what success means to us. I guarantee many of these visions involve love from an external source, acceptance, and financial health that will allow us to access material goods, like, say, a nice car.
It seems to be quite a natural phenomenon, and isn't that sad? Women versus women, often escalating into the worst kind of social torture and passive aggressive exclusion.
You probably know the obvious benefits: getting more work done, knowing where everything is, more time to relax and have fun. You may not realize, however, that organization provides opportunities for some serious self-improvement.
Treating yourself right equals greater confidence, a greater sense of ability, and a happier life. I'm not just talking about self-love, though that's just as important: I'm talking about the little patterns you may not even realize you have that secretly block progress.