Improving one's self s thought of as a worthwhile endeavor, pairing ability, psychological, physical and even financial health in one neatly curated topic. The industry itself makes about $10 billion annually, through a plethora of books, videos, courses, celebrity associations and large scale conference events. With all the material readily available, we should all be fixed by now, right?
Hey there, wandering scrollers, friends, lovable internet family. Today I'm going to bring up an important self-care practice not many talk about. I call it "self-gratitudation," but it probably has other names. And until recently, I didn't even know it existed.
Let's be clear, it's not some far-out concept or anything. But you may not have thought about this practice yourself, much less considered the benefits of actually trying it. In fact, at first glance it may sound like something a little profane, or maybe narcissistic at best.
Just an odd, awe-inspired, avocado advocate (not necessarily advocating avocados, though!) with a mission to put more joy into the world.