With so much talk about morning routine, I wanted to share some of my favorite affirmations. Affirmations work on the subconscious. The idea is that after saying something in your mind enough times, the subconscious begins to believe it. Affirmations can be a powerful practice all on their own, or a wonderful addition to any self-care routine. They can be read, said aloud, and/or written down. My advice would be to practice using affirmations in all three ways on a consistent basis. They can also be a nice way to reassure oneself. For instance, whenever I get focused on the future, afraid I’ll never get what I’m wanting, or achieve the goals I have, I like to remind myself that I’m right where I need to be. This feels good in the moment, and helps to stop my mind from going down the negativity rabbit hole. Affirmations should really be personalized to what you’re needing, and practiced consistently for at least 2 months before you can expect to notice changes. They don’t require a lot of time, so an affirmation practice is accessible to everyone. I hope at least one of my favorites resonates with you.