7 Ways to Have a Better Relationship With Yourself

Get Back in the Driver’s Seat

Feeling blah, unenthusiastic or less than excited about your life? Are you just a passenger coasting in the slow lane while others lead the way? Let’s get you back in the driver’s seat and on the road to having an awesome life. Here are seven ways to have a better relationship with yourself (with some seemingly conflicting advice) that includes an added bonus.

1. Be Faithful

Be faithful to a plan to have the best possible relationship with yourself. Commit to workouts, good nutrition, getting lots of rest, drinking lots of water and being organized—everything that helps you look and feel your best.

2. Cheat a Little

No one is perfect. Whether your indulgences are food or day off from your workout, be good to yourself and treat yourself once in a while. Sometimes being bad can be really good. Just remember to get back on track after your little momentary lapse in faithfulness.

3. Be Nice

Take an extra moment to stop in front of that mirror and say something nice to yourself such as, “Damn I look good.” Pick out the nicest thing about your hair, body or outfit and make it your focal point.

4. Be Naughty

You don’t need a partner to be naughty, and what a release it can be. Pour yourself a glass of wine, light some candles and lounge in a relaxing spot with the latest romance novel or erotic thriller. Get lost in luscious imagination.

“Keep your partner happy by being happy yourself.” – Blythe ext. 5339

5. Save for a Rainy Day

Be financially proactive and save for a rainy day, or a major purchase. Financial independence builds confidence and self-esteem. Plus you’ll be prepared when an opportunity presents itself.

6. Splurge a Little

Now that you’ve managed to put a dollar or two aside for that rainy day, take a little bit of it and have your hair done, get a spa pedicure or buy that little black dress you’ve always wanted. Whether it’s for a special occasion or for no reason at all, you’ve been working hard and you deserve a reward.

7. Take a Class or Learn a Language

Expand your repertoire and take a class that will help your career or you personally. Take an exotic cooking class or learn a romance language. Mastering a new skill can bring you added income, put you on the path to self-employment or simply make you feel even more smart and savvy than you already are.

“Whether you want a job, a house, a friend, a mate, lead with your strengths.” – Psychic Reed ext. 5105

Bonus: The bonuses of having a better relationship with yourself are actually unlimited. For example, take that new body and that new dress to Italy or Spain and sample tasty wines and local cuisine with a handsome stranger. Or use your newfound skills and confidence to land yourself that dream job—such as a food critic or travel writer. The best bonus of all is that a savvy, independent woman has no limits in her life. She’s self-confident and attracts admirers and good fortune like moths to a flame.

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6 thoughts on “7 Ways to Have a Better Relationship With Yourself

  1. LJ Innes

    to deonarine and marc from the UK: I’ve recently done an article geared towards men … checkout “Astrology for Men … How Wil I Know My Love” – which was the follow-up article to “Astrology for Women …” – all’s fair in love and astrology. Hope you find it and enjoy it.
    Love and Starlight,
    LJ

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  2. misskrystalmisskrystal

    I loved this post…. I always felt that “Working on ourself” is something super positive and we can’t go wrong…thanks. Miss Krystal

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  3. Gina Rose ext.9500Gina Rose ext.9500

    I really liked this article because it inspires one to get out there and create the life they want to live by creating a better relationship with one’s self.

    Remember, we are all down here to walk our * individual* Karmic life path/journey, doesn’t matter if you ar single or in a relationship.

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