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  1. It’s so easy to fall into the trap of imposter syndrome and these are great suggestions. I love that exercise of asking 2 people to describe what they like about you. I have a gratitude journal and really need to start using it!

    Jill – Doused in Pink

    1. Imposter syndrome is a challenge for many people, for sure. That exercise is excellent and so helpful in times you are struggling and need some support. I hope you can start the journal soon:)

  2. I think it’s so easy to get caught up in our routines that we forget to do these basic yet essential things that help us in the long run. I am so guilty. I just moved my gratitude journal to my room, so it’s the first thing I grab (over my phone). Thank you for sharing.

    1. That’s true, Yadi! That is amazing that the first thing you do is your gratitude journal, and great idea to have it close to you.

    1. I’m so glad to hear this post was helpful and a good time for you Kathrine, all the best with the competition! I hope you are having a wonderful week:)

  3. Practicing gratitude has been super helpful to me! I’ve been more interested in affirmations as of late, so I definitely want to start making those part of my daily inner-work. I love that you mentioned that self-confidence can be improved. I think sometimes we can feel stuck, but the beauty of it is, we can always improve the way we see ourselves. It just takes a little time.

    Wishing you the brightest week, my dear friend!

    Make Life Marvelous

    1. So right, Ashley, it’s reassuring knowing that self-confidence is something we can improve, isn’t it? There’s sometimes a misconception that you are either born with it or not, but that’s not the case. Thanks, my friend. I hope you have a wonderful week too!

    1. You’re welcome Mariann, thanks for stopping by!

  4. These are all great tips. I totally agree about gratitude and being thankful. (My mom encourages me to do this all the time!) I love the idea of having two people describe what they see in us – it is true we don’t always see our attributes! Great post – I can’t wait to share it!

    1. Aww, thanks so much, Lisa; I appreciate it! Being thankful is beneficial in so many ways. You should try that exercise; it’s a great way to give your confidence a boost and put a smile on your face:)

  5. Posture is such a good one! My grandma used to always get on my about that one too. Not only did she say it was good for my health to stand up straight, but she always mentioned confidence too. I love this list!


    1. Posture does make a difference in how we feel about ourselves! I’m so glad you enjoyed this list, Shauna!

    1. Thanks, Lovely! I love that you put post-it notes around the house, what a great idea!

  6. Self confidence can be tricky for sure in particular if you had a less than stellar upbringing. I feel like people like this have to work a lot harder. Gratitude too can be tricky and it seems that the people who should practice the most, don’t. Great tips here though.

    Allie of

    1. I agree, your upbringing does play a role in how you feel about yourself. I’m glad you enjoyed the tips, Allie.

    1. Right?! I agree, Ashley. It’s something that everyone can relate to, so glad you enjoyed the post:)

  7. So important and something I and many struggle with. Thanks for sharing these awesome tips. Never thought about asking others to join in on the self care stuff. Hope i have the same positive experience.

    XX Angelica

    1. I’m really happy to hear this post was helpful Angelica, we all struggle at times with insecurities. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised with what people write back, and I would love to hear how that goes for you:)

  8. I’ve struggled with confidence for most of my life! I can’t wait to try some of these exercises. Thank you for sharing!

    1. Thanks for sharing, Laura. I think this is an issue for most people, and that’s why I really wanted to share these tips that have helped me and are so simple to do but make such a difference!

  9. These are such easy things to do to change your day, however, sometimes you may never think of them! Thanks for the reminders! I loved this post!

    1. I know sometimes we forget simple and basic things we can do that can make such a difference. I’m so glad you loved this post, Stephanie!

    1. You’re very welcome, Emily and thanks for stopping by!

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