It’s DAY 3 of the 7 day #WEARYOURJOY challenge! Still loving the images over on the #wearyourjoy feed!
I’ve been in a tiny rut. I can feel myself pulling through and dressing up in my Joy is helping. For sure. Also, it’s Autumn and getting out all of my warm clothes is making me all kinds of happy. The small things, yes?
Ps: I’m wearing an older Gudrun tunic and shirt paired with old NYDJ jeans, Dansko Booties and LyLY earrings.
Your #wearyourjoy Challenge
1. Selfie Self Love
Each morning after you’ve put on your joyful outfit, I want you to take a Self-Love Selfie. Not only will this be a powerful practice of embracing where and who you are today with love and kindness, but it’s also a way to witness your visual transformation, one day at a time, as you continue to choose joy.
Important: When you take your Self-Love Selfie, I want you to look at yourself with utmost compassion and joy and quietly say to yourself these words by author Amy B “You are imperfect, permanently and inevitably flawed. And you are beautiful.
2. Conscious Clothing Choices
Each evening, before you go to bed, take some time to consciously choose your outfit for the following day. Include your whole outfit, including accessories, socks, and shoes. Make sure it’s an outfit that gives you joy. Don’t worry about doing it “right” – just choose your delight.
Important: Take your outfit out of the closet and put it in a place of honor. Perhaps you hang it on your bathroom door (or bedroom wall) where it can stand out in all of it’s sweet little joy-filled glory. Perhaps it’s carefully draped over a chair where you’ll see it first thing in the morning and get a little joy spark. Either way, put your outfit somewhere uncluttered, in a place of honor.
connect and share via the #wearyourjoy hashtag!
Hi, I’m Kelly Rae Roberts! Before I picked up my first paintbrush at the age of 30, I was a medical social worker. I followed my whispers and started playing with paint, and everything changed.
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