Daily Affirmations

Yesterday, my company had a wonderful presenter (Jenne Fromm) come in and talk to us about “Emotional Intelligence”. It was a wonderful seminar and it started a lot of positive communications within the office. I had a good conversation with a friend/coworker about anxiety and I shared with her the “Stop It” video I posted some time back. She, in turn, shared this one with me.

I don’t know if I can be quite as enthusiastic as this little bit of cuteness, but I think I can come up with some daily affirmations – I am beautiful! I’m strong. I’m a good mom. I’m a good friend. – to help me keep the happy attitude I’ve decided to adopt. Because, yes, you can choose your emotions and work to make them happen. I plan to do a nice write-up of Jenne’s presentation in the next couple of days (LOTS of posts to write) but this was a good lead-in for that. 🙂

Do you have any daily affirmations?

XO – T.


About T.A. Babcock

Writer, mom, wife, project manager, MS Office Goddess, beautiful dreamer, randomly eccentric lady. (Not necessarily in that order...)

Posted on May 15, 2014, in Randomness and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. I have affirmations I do every once in a while. Mine are:

    1) My body and health can handle all of my ambitions for life.
    2) I take great pleasure in my friends, even if we disagree or live different lives.
    3) I am happy in my own skin and in my own circumstances.
    4) I am here right now, not in the past or the future.

  2. #4 is the best when I’m letting myself fret over something I can’t control.

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