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helpcorgi:

This is a general self help challenge. Feel free to shift or change things around to fit your abilities.
The key to this challenge is to do the main challenge for that day and also do the ones before (i.e. Day #8 challenge includes all the challenges up to Day #8,excluding Rest Days). This is to build good habits and encourage positive thoughts. Rest days are meant once every week.

Smile to yourself in the mirror and say something kind about yourself


Go to sleep at an appropriate hour that will allow you to get at least 8 hours of sleep


Wake up before 10am


Make yourself a healthy breakfast


Go outside for 20 minutes


Say good morning to someone


[ Rest Day ] Pamper yourself! Make yourself a nice healthy beverage and relax.


Write one positive thing about yourself


Ask someone about their day/week


[ Special ] Make yourself a wellness toolbox. Put inside all the things that make you feel good


Wear something that makes you feel comfortable, rock it!


Wake up before 9am


Talk to someone (about anything!)


[ Rest day ] Pamper yourself! Make yourself a nice healthy beverage and relax.


Compliment yourself


Begin a thoughts journal, record your feelings to identify negative thoughts and tackle them into positive ones


Do stretching exercises when you wake up


Say something kind to someone


Clean your room


[ Rest Day ] Pamper yourself! Make yourself a nice healthy beverage and relax. 

Resources: 
Sleep calculator: [ x ]
Breakfast Ideas: [ x x x ]
Healthy Drinks: [ smoothies tea hot chocolate other ]
Wellness Toolbox ideas: [ x x ]
Online Notebook/Writing: [ x x ]
Stretching Exercises: [ x x ]
Woof woof! Corgi hopes this can help you get closer to loving yourself!
Jul 27, 2014 / 2,262 notes

helpcorgi:

This is a general self help challenge. Feel free to shift or change things around to fit your abilities.

The key to this challenge is to do the main challenge for that day and also do the ones before (i.e. Day #8 challenge includes all the challenges up to Day #8,excluding Rest Days). This is to build good habits and encourage positive thoughts. Rest days are meant once every week.

  1. Smile to yourself in the mirror and say something kind about yourself

  2. Go to sleep at an appropriate hour that will allow you to get at least 8 hours of sleep

  3. Wake up before 10am

  4. Make yourself a healthy breakfast

  5. Go outside for 20 minutes

  6. Say good morning to someone

  7. [ Rest Day ] Pamper yourself! Make yourself a nice healthy beverage and relax.

  8. Write one positive thing about yourself

  9. Ask someone about their day/week

  10. [ Special ] Make yourself a wellness toolbox. Put inside all the things that make you feel good

  11. Wear something that makes you feel comfortable, rock it!

  12. Wake up before 9am

  13. Talk to someone (about anything!)

  14. [ Rest day ] Pamper yourself! Make yourself a nice healthy beverage and relax.

  15. Compliment yourself

  16. Begin a thoughts journal, record your feelings to identify negative thoughts and tackle them into positive ones

  17. Do stretching exercises when you wake up

  18. Say something kind to someone

  19. Clean your room

  20. [ Rest Day ] Pamper yourself! Make yourself a nice healthy beverage and relax. 

Resources: 

Sleep calculator: [ x ]

Breakfast Ideas: [ x x x ]

Healthy Drinks: [ smoothies tea hot chocolate other ]

Wellness Toolbox ideas: [ x x ]

Online Notebook/Writing: [ x x ]

Stretching Exercises: [ x x ]

Woof woof! Corgi hopes this can help you get closer to loving yourself!

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Jul 27, 2014 / 382,155 notes
orgasmictipsforgirls:

crusherccme:

found this gem in the 1996 Cornell Women’s Handbook. it’s what to say when a guy tries to get out of using a condom

the sassy nineties

hahahahahah omg
Jul 26, 2014 / 292,041 notes

orgasmictipsforgirls:

crusherccme:

found this gem in the 1996 Cornell Women’s Handbook. it’s what to say when a guy tries to get out of using a condom

the sassy nineties

hahahahahah omg

You’ve been criticizing yourself for years and it hasn’t worked. Try accepting yourself and see what happens.
Jul 25, 2014 / 63,069 notes
pleasestopbeingsad:

a peacock saying something uplifting requested by sktagg23
Jul 24, 2014 / 2,222 notes

pleasestopbeingsad:

a peacock saying something uplifting requested by sktagg23

Jul 24, 2014 / 353 notes