This lovely picture is by Clara Tan, find more about her work here: https://ungrapefulblog.wordpress.com/
Some things that I find can empower or inspire you is to listen to or check out:
- Podcasts: There are so many different podcasts that you can tailor to your own needs. https://itunes.apple.com/ca/genre/podcasts-health-self-help/id1420?mt=2
- Ted Talks https://www.ted.com/playlists/171/the_most_popular_talks_of_all?gclid=CjwKCAiA0IXQBRA2EiwAMODilxeLNgGMd4DA_SAZMClIL20O0P4RSTcTyP9RlxN4XLNF7syhW8Y7_hoC-jUQAvD_BwE
- Websites like https://medium.com/@benjaminhardy
Some more abstract things is to
-find a hobby or passion that you can dedicate your time to. Doing things and work you love can easily inspire you each day.
-find your purpose or your calling (you’re good at something or believe you’re destined to do great things in a particular niche).
– be surrounded by an empowering group of friends who believe in you and who will provide constructive advice when you need it. People who care about you will protect you and tell you the truth when you really need it but they will also be there for you during the good or the bad. Having a good support group can get you through anything.
Self Esteem Resources:
During International Women’s Week in 2018, I had the wonderful opportunity to hold a workshop for BeaYOUtiful a non profit started by my friend Taylor to empower young girls and to grow their self esteem. I’ve included my powerpoint, worksheets, and videos we used to help tackle issues of body images on social media and body esteem in general.