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Learning to love yourself.- Uplifting quotes to help you on your journey.

My hope for you...

As you read these quotes you understand just how important you are.

I hope that you feel at peace.

I hope that you let your worries go.

I hope that you surround yourself with all things positive.

I hope that you find strength where there is weakness.

Did you smile today?

Did you remind yourself just how loved you are?

Did you remind yourself that you are doing an amazing job?


If not, please take this time to do so.



















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  1. That Brene Brown quote was exactly what I needed to see today. Thank you for this post!

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    1. You're so welcome! I think we can all use some uplifting words. Thank you for stopping by.

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  2. LOVE this post so much. I need to remind myself more on how much of a good job I do for sure xxx

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    1. Melanie, thank you! Definitely remind yourself that you're doing a GREAT job! We can all use that reminder. :)

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  3. I just love these! Duly bookmarked. Thank you x

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  4. I need to love myself more that's for sure.

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  5. I think if you allow yourself to love yourself you will become a better person

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  6. Great quotes. So positive and life-affirming, and we all need a lot of that in our lives.

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  7. Very nice thoughts. These are the three so close to my heart. I hope that you feel at peace,
    I hope that you let your worries go & I hope that you surround yourself with all things positive.

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  8. I have been struggling with motivation and having a lot of self-doubt this week. It is destructive, because it prevents me from accomplishing anything. Thank you so much for these quotes! It was exactly what I needed to read right now.

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    1. Erica, I am so happy to hear that these quotes came at the right time for you. It is amazing how things seem to work out. I hope that your motivation makes a come back very soon, and that you kick self-doubt to the curb! You are doing an amazing job.

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  9. I love these quotes and really needed to come across this right now - especially the one about forgiving yourself. No one is perfect, we all make mistakes. However, continuing to beat yourself up over them day after day isn't going to change anything. Often we hold onto guilt and anger with ourselves over situations that we would have long forgiven someone else for. We need to let go of that double standard.

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    1. Britt, aw thank you. We all make mistakes, and I think it is so important to just let it go, and start over. Thank you for stopping by.

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  10. These rw such beautiful quotes. Thank you for sharing. They lifted me this evening.

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    1. Nkem, I'm so happy to hear these quotes helped you out. :)

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  11. Wonderful and uplifting quotes! We all need a reminder once in a while, and these are so beautifully made and presented!

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  12. What wonderful quotes Steph. So encouraging. Thank you bunches for sharing these with Sweet Tea & Friends this month sweet friend.

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  13. Paula, thank you! I'm so happy to hear that you found these quotes encouraging. Always a pleasure to share with all of you.

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  14. Always happy to have you link up uplifting quotes with Sweet Tea & Friends.

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    1. Paula, thank you! I thought I had responded to your comment. I love sharing at your link party. :)

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