Why You Need To Adopt An Abundance Mindset

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Before we jump into Amina’s AMAZING post I want to press how much I LOVE this topic and think it’s a must read. When I saw this pop into my inbox, I immediately responded with a “hell yeah!” I’ve hinted about the bumpy road of my past, but don’t get into it very often. Those who have heard my life story know it’s been a challenging road to say the least. Some of the most common questions I get after a speaking engagement is, “How do you stay grounded? How do you keep going? How did you turn it around?”

While there are a lot of answers and factors that have helped me through my recovery process, an abundance mindset has been key. Since turning twenty years old, I have believed there is enough in the Universe to provide me with what I need. Whether thats love, money, landing a job or client, the dream home, whatever. Everything has always come back to flexing my mindset muscles.

This post is a great jumping off point for those who are looking to move from victim to owner of their lives. From scarcity to abundance. The final heading is a real kick in the ass, so make sure you make it ALL the way through! Because there really is enough for each and everyone of us

 

Okay, I pass the mic to Amina Taylor!


My relationship with abundance hasn’t always been steady. In fact, I’ve been prone to pity parties, plenty of “why me’s” and tantrums that would put my three year old niece to shame. With social media making perfectly polished lifestyles more visible than ever, it’s easy to catch the “less-than” bug. But, it isn’t the only option.

In six months time, I was able to ditch my scarcity beliefs, adopt a killer abundant mindset and consequently leave my full time job and start the business I’d always dreamed of. I’m a 25 year old recovering job hopper (seven jobs in three years).

Historically, I’m more of your practical, Type-A perfectionist.Β I wasn’t always into terms like “abundance” and “scarcity”. I found them to be “woo-woo” new age-y phrases with little substance. However, the incredible changes in my life that resulted from abundant thinking are undeniable.

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What Is An Abundance Mindset?

An abundance mindset is the belief that we live in a world where everything we could ever want or need is readily available to us at any given time. Okay, I know it sounds super cheesy. But I promise you, this stuff works. Plus, it’s totally free so definitely worth a try, right?!

Wait, so you’re saying anything I want is just readily available to me at any time? That can’t be right… girl, talk to my bank account!

Yes! Well kind of. Like I said, an abundant mindset is the belief that everything you want is readily available to you at any given time.

You see, our thoughts are crazy powerful tools. In fact, our thoughts, in most cases, massively influence our actions. Everything from how we interact with our loved ones, pursue our career goals, even how we get dressed in the morning.

For example, let’s say you read a post about an opening for your dream job. Instantly you think, “Ugh, they want one more year of experience than I have and so many people will probably apply. I never have luck with these things.” So you don’t apply.

Or maybe the business coach you’ve been dying to work with is finally relaunching her one-on-one program and you think to yourself, “Oh my goodness, it’s fate! But how am I going to find the money for it? I’m going to have to give up all of the social events I planned for this summer just to pay the deposit. All that stress for a month of lonely ramen & wine nights in front of my TV? Hell to the no.” So you don’t reserve your spot.

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How would those situations play out with an abundance mindset?

You see an opening for your dream job. You think “Oh my goodness! I bet a lot of people are applying but, I was made for this! No way I’m turning down an opportunity to finally take hold of the life I love! Besides, what’s a few hours of my time to fill out the application to change my freaking life? Heck to the yes!”

OR

The coach you’ve been dying to work with is finally relaunching her signature one-on-one program. You think, “Eesh! That’s way more expensive than I thought it’d be! But hey, I bet I could get the extra money for it if I call back the marketing contact my mom put me in touch with a while ago. It’ll be a couple of crazy months, biting my tongue in a job I’m not thrilled about, but it’s so worth it to work with the person I know is going to help me get where I want to go!”

When we approach any situation from a place of scarcity, we reinforce the belief that there’s simply not enough to go around. That shit is scary…especially when it comes to the stuff we really, really want! It kicks us out of the game for good.Β No beuno.

When we approach life from an abundance mindset, we get over our fear of failure and increase the odds of success significantly.

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Okay, I’m sold! How do I get an abundant mindset though?

Alright, now that you know what an abundance mindset is, we’ve got to clear the path. That means we’ve got to get rid of some of the scarcity mindsets that could talk you out of really owning it like the abundant powerhouse you are.

Ditch the “if only’s”

We’ve all been there.Β If only…

… I had “X” I’d be successful…

… My love life just looked like “Y” I’d be happy…

… I could lose “Z” amount of pounds, I’d finally get those professional head shots my LinkedIn profile desperately needs.

It’s natural to want. But can I level with you? Rarely does this deep desire for the things we don’t have, pay off. These statements keep us focused on the future rather than staying centered and abundant in our present. So every time you feel an “if only” coming on, try practicing gratitude for your present moment: the very people, places and experiences you have directly in front of you.

For instance, if you find yourself throwing out “if only” statements when it comes to love, as in “if only” I could find a boyfriend then I wouldn’t have to take all of these amazing trips alone. Focus on how taking these trips alone will actually prepare you to meet and identify the kind of person you actually do want to spend the rest of your life with. Maybe there’s a reason you need to take these trips alone. Maybe you’ll meet him/her along the way!

Put away your measuring stick.

This is one I struggled with for years. Everything in my life was about measuring. If I pay for “X” then it’s going to have to come out of the budget for “Y.” If I eat the donut then I’m going to have to abstain from sweets for the next week and a half. If I take this hectic but amazing job, I’ll have to give up Thursday trivia nights with my friends. It was a constant balancing act and it consistently reinforced the belief that by gaining one thing, I’d be losing another. A.k.a scarcity!

One of the best cures for this bad habit is putting away the measuring stick and embracing the beauty of AND. For instance, if I pay for “X” AND still want “Y” I’ll just have to earn $400 more dollars this month.

OR

If I eat the donut tonight AND sweets for the rest of the week, I’ll probably just have to pay extra attention to how my body feels. If it doesn’t feel great, then I’ll stop.

No drama, no fear and total abundance!

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Opt out of the comparison game

I know, social media makes it so dang hard! I mean how are you supposed to focus on the beauty of your own life when that blogger with perfect lighting, perfect white walls, designer couches and her DSLR make “the dream” look so stupidly simple?

Jealousy is one of the fastest ways to kill your abundance buzz. It makes us feel less than, less worthy and whole heck of a lot less hopeful that things are going to turn up for us. But in the long run, it’s utterly useless.

As natural as it may feel in the moment to sulk over why someone else’s success isn’t your own, continuing to focus your energy on the scarcity in your life — what she/he has that you don’t — will only increase the doom and gloom.

So instead of resorting to social media stalking or resentment, tell your ego to cut the crap. Find her contact information and go introduce yourself! Ask her how she got to where she is now, what kind of product keeps her hair looking so fresh or how in the world she takes those beautiful flat lays.

Not only will you be able to offload all the negative energy that comes with jealousy, but you’ll probably find that she’s not a super hero with magical powers. She’s a regular human who just happens to be a couple of steps ahead of you. Best of all, abundantly speaking, if a regular human like her can do it…so can you!

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So there you have it! Life’s too short to waylay your dreams for the sake of scarcity. Go out and brave those big goals with a newly paved path for your abundance mindset to take shape. Because on a purely selfish note, I want to reap all the benefits of a world filled to the brim with your incredible talents!

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  • Alissa Carpenter

    What a great post Amina! I love how you said to ditch the “if only” statements because it really is a total trap to always think that way!

    • Amina

      I’m so happy it resonated with you, Alissa! It’s incredible how much language truly does impact the way we see and consequentially experience the world. I’m not perfect, but paying attention to some key phrases in my own life have definitely shifted things big time for me, I hope this article helps you do the same!

  • Wow, this is the kind of mindset Robert Kiyosaki talks about in his: Rich Dad Poor dad book! We always think “I can’t afford it” instead of “how can I afford this?”. Like he says affirmations close doors while questions open them !

    Thank you so much for this post, great work!

    • Amina

      So glad you enjoyed it! I love that perspective on asking questions. It’s so true! The world becomes an infinite place of possibility when we continue to ask “why not?” rather than accepting a definitive closed door.

    • YES! Love that book too!! There is ALWAYS a way – its all about perspective first! I don’t know if you’ve read anything by Dave Ramsey, but he also talks about a similar concept of paying yourself first, before big box corporations – it makes it easier to figure out how you can afford things or attract them into your life!

  • Stephanie Parrell

    I love this notion of manifestation. It is so true we really create our own reality through our projections. I love this abundance mindset.

    • Amina

      I’m so happy you enjoyed the read! Happy manifesting!

  • Miss ALK

    Such a unique mindset!! I love the positivity in this post. πŸ™‚ Stopping the comparison game is hard, but always worth it I think.

    xoxo A
    http://www.southernbelleintraining.com

    • Amina

      Glad you enjoyed the read!

  • Adriana

    I LOVE this!!! What a great read! Nixing the “if only” mindset is huge – It’s something I’m guilty of way too much! I have to share this with some of my friends!

    • Amina

      So glad you found it helpful, Adriana!

  • What a great post!

    “Jealousy is one of the fastest ways to kill your abundance buzz. It makes us feel less than, less worthy and whole heck of a lot less hopeful that things are going to turn up for us. But in the long run, it’s utterly useless.” – YAS YAS YAS! All the yesssssss to this statement! And it is SO hard to not compared and wish we had others lives/things/success/etc.

    • Amina

      Thank you! And yes, I always tell people, I write for others but I also write for myself! I struggle with comparison on the daily but forcing myself to ask questions, introduce myself and make myself part of the larger story in the movements I admire has paid off far more than sitting on the sidelines wondering why I haven’t been invited to the party πŸ™‚

  • THIS IS SO GOOD. I’ve read about abundance mindsets before and had classwork on it back in the day, and it’s really so POWERFUL (+ cool) what we can do all about in our heads with some perspective shifts. Fabulous post, Amina!

    Coming Up Roses

    • Amina

      Thank you! And yes, I’m a reformed “hustler”. I used to to think if I wasn’t struggling then I wasn’t working hard enough. Adopting this mindset has shown me how creating a bit of space with our thinking BEFORE acting can actually help me go farther than I ever expected!

  • It really is all about putting your first step forward.. just keep slowly moving one in front of the other. I love how your post is so positive and uplifting. And… it is true!!! You can have almost anything you want. But, staying still won’t help the process.

    • Amina

      Yes! So true, I’ve come to find that the only way we truly lose is by not taking action. A step forward is a step forward, no matter how big or small!

  • Cayla Daniels

    Wow – I loved reading this!! Everything you wrote is so , so true. I’m a a huge mindset and abundance kick right now with my content..so this is great!

    • Amina

      So happy you found it helpful, Cayla!

  • Alexandra Armstrong

    At the risk of being a wet blanket, here’s my honest thoughts…this is the old Law of Attraction merely rebranded with new words abundance/scarcity. (There truly is nothing new under the sun.) And here’s my problems it: 1) If being materially successful was as easy as projecting positive thoughts, everyone would be rich. Like Lotto fever, it appeals to our hope and greed. 2) The emphasis is on obtaining wealth. But there’s a litany of life issues money can’t solve and no amount of positive thoughts can conjure. Ask any parent who’s put their kid through rehab more than 3 times or heard the word “inoperable”. 3) Philosophically, if followed to its logical conclusion, the power of positive thinking or abundance or whatever your call it, runs up against itself and becomes null. 4) I’ve lived long enough to see this law of attraction schtick revive, die, revive, die, revive…and I’m just bold enough to say this emperor has no clothes. ?

    • Amina

      Not a wet blanket at all! I think the best way to tease out many of these concepts is by having an open and honest conversation about them. I am certainly influenced by The Law of Attraction you are absolutely right. And as someone who has struggled with addictive behavior, anxiety and depression in my own life as well as lived through difficult diagnoses with family members, I think the most redeeming lesson I’ve learned is how powerful mindset is. I do talk about wealth in this article, but I’ve also used abundance thinking personally in terms of relationships (there is always enough love to go around) and personal growth (there is always room to heal, grow and restore). For me, it’s been less about manifesting the exact life that I want, in a material sense, and more about understanding the type of person I’d like to be: resilient, courageous, free etc. I second Rachel’s response, we don’t always have control over our circumstances but we do have control over how we respond. But I’m right there with ya, not all of those circumstances are uplifting rays of sunshine with easy solutions. Sometimes they are damn hard. My perspective and hope is that if I flex my abundance muscles on the small stuff like money, trips and my career that when the big stuff comes around (which it inevitably will), I’ll be able to find relief and comfort far more easily. In other words, I’m still learning, myself. I certainly appreciate you offering more food for thought for a larger discussion.

      • Alexandra Armstrong

        Amina, I’ll tell you what I do respect – a woman who listens to an opposing perspective, owns what she can, and responds with thoughtfulness and respect. You aced it! ?

        • Amina

          Alexandra, thank you so much for your kind words and for speaking your truth!

  • This post is so good! My biz coach and I have been working towards me having a better mindset on things like this. πŸ™‚

    • Amina

      Thanks so much! Glad you enjoyed it! It’s still a daily process for me as well but have loved what I’ve experienced so far.

  • Oh man, I was so excited to read this post! My husband and I have been wanting to save for some big goals and I think shifting my mindset will help us accomplish those things faster.

    • Amina

      Glad this resonated with you! Good luck on those big goals. Sending all the good vibes your way!

  • omg. it’s like you’re in my brain. I need to read this Rich Dad Poor Dad book…
    I’m in a season of life where I’m going through a major change (just had a baby and we’re moving in 2 weeks).. i’m also in a rather difficult lifestyle (military wife) and I put the blame on military living for the reason of a lot of things. I need to did the if only statements and switch my perspective! loved this. needed this. <3

    • Amina

      Justine, so happy this found you at the right time! I’d also recommend any of Jen Sincero’s books : You Are a Badass or You Are a Badass at Making Money! She’s been one of my favorite kicks in the butt for getting my abundance mindset on track πŸ™‚

  • Absolutely love this. When you adopt an abundance mindset, it’s hard NOT to be happier…. and I love the example of taking up an opportunity for the short term to get to your long term goal… Short term sacrifice, long term gain.

    • Amina

      Yes, so true! All in all, I love how this mindset empowers us to be far more resilient in seeking solutions rather than dwelling on our obstacles, hard not to be happy when we know there’s always an opportunity for growth!

  • This is so well written and so darn true. Your mind is capable of crazy things and having positive affirmations is such an important part of getting into the abundance mindset. Removing comparison is also so important as well. LOVE all these tips you have here and thank you so much for sharing!

    • Amina

      Kiara, I’m so glad you enjoyed it! Sending all the positively abundant vibes your way!

  • I LOVE THIS!!!! This mindset goes hand in hand with ‘power posing,’ another #girlboss tactic that seems crazy but WORKS! It truly is all in one’s mind. What we set out to accomplish we CAN!

    • Amina

      I LOVE power posing! I always feel like such a goof when I do it in front of the mirror to pump myself up before a speaking engagement or big presentation but I can’t knock it if it works!

  • Dannielle Alphonse

    Soo much in this life is based on how we direct our thoughts, which become our outlook. Love this post!

    • Amina

      Thank you so much, I’m happy you enjoyed it!

  • Wow! Powerful stuff here. It made me realize how often I use the “if only” statements. Such a great reminder, especially since I do have big goals. If I don’t get my mindset right, how will I achieve them? Thanks so much!

    • Amina

      Yes! You are so abundant and deserving of the life you want. We all are! Wishing you all the best, Carly!

  • This is an excellent post! I have read a few books on an abundance mindset but sometimes I think books over complicate the concept. I love how this post keeps it simple and to the point. So tangible! I will definitely be using these tips in my everyday life. God knows I’ve been in a bit of a rut.

    • Amina

      Amanda, so glad this was helpful! I’ve felt the same overwhelm with many self help books…wonderful concepts but how do I actually apply them?! Hope this helps you take a bit more action and leave that rut behind. Rooting for you!

  • This advice is so incredible and makes me want to change my mindset. The examples she gave were spot on with my way of thinking. I basically talk myself out of going for things that I want.

    • Amina

      Tiffany, you are abundant and powerful! I believe in you and am sending all the positive vibes your way!

  • mckenna bleu

    This post is too good! I love this! All it takes is a different mindset to see the world differently and accomplish great things and live the life you love!

    • Amina

      Exactly! So glad you enjoyed it, Mckenna!

  • So great! Love this post.

    • Amina

      Thank you! Glad it resonated with you, Alix!

  • Sheila Jo Spencer

    I love your point about embracing the beauty of AND!

    • Amina

      Thank you! It’s one of my favorites. So quick and easy!

  • Jordyn Upchurch

    I absolutely love this and it’s so true-I’m going to have to work on cultivating this mindset, because it’s so positive, I love it!

    xoxo, SS

    Southern And Style

    • Amina

      Jordyn, glad you enjoyed it! Wishing you all the abundance!

  • This was such an AMAZING read and I am so grateful that I got to read it because it has so many great tips. I think my biggest downfall is the comparison game but I love how you mentioned that they’re just regular people too & to reach out to them! Might give that one a try next time πŸ™‚

    • Amina

      Kristen, so glad this article seemed to reach you at the right time. The comparison game is rough! I’ve had major struggles with it through the years. I even turned it into a bit of a game with myself. If I’m comparing myself to someone I have to send him/her a detailed compliment (or say it in person). Not only does it help me brave up, but it also gives me something concrete I can act on. So if for instance, I LOVE someone’s Instagram feed and am jealous mine isn’t quite there yet, I’ll send a DM telling her how much I admire her attention to consistency. And BAM! instead of having to focus on why she’s so much more talented than I seem to be (which feels huge and overwhelming), I’m able to focus on something tangible like trying to practice consistency in my own feed. Hope that helps!

  • Oh my goodness..this is just what I needed today…! I am so stuck in a rut and trying to get a new career and turn my blog into a biz for 3 years now! You have so inspired me…I do need to work with a biz coach..looks like you are one..so i will come back to your site later and read further! Thanks so so much for this inspiration today!! xo

    Valerie
    MapleLeoapard.com

    • Amina

      Valerie, I’ve been there. Keep pushing and working. If you can see your vision and feel the power of it, then it’s possible. I truly believe that The Universe doesn’t send us callings we weren’t meant to follow. Cheering you on!

  • Lauren

    This post is great! Especially as a blogger you really need a abundance mindset to really push yourself and find oppurtunities! Thanks for sharing!

    Lauren
    http://www.basicbabelauren.com

    • Amina

      Lauren, so true! Your message and story MATTER! So keep sharing, keep writing. No one else can tell your story and your truth like you can πŸ™‚

  • Such an interesting post! I have never heard of this technique before but it totally makes sense. The mind truly is very powerful so why not try and go for whatever you want! Thanks for sharing!
    All the best from Austria, Theresa

    • Amina

      Exactly, Theresa! Sending you all the good vibes to go after whatever it is that makes you come alive!

      • Thanks, same to you! I come alive in dance class – love it!

  • Christa Stull

    This definitely is a must read. What a great practice. The power of the mind truly is a wonderful thing!

    • Amina

      Thank you, Christa! I’m glad you enjoyed the read!

  • Benita

    I love this post, your offered what I needed to hear on creating the right mindset and what to get rid of. Thanks

    • Amina

      You’re so welcome! I’m glad this article reached you at the right time!

  • I loved this! Right now I’m in a moment where things are going like I wanted. I definitely ned to put all these tips into practice!

    xx, Melissa
    https://elephantontheroad.com

    • Amina

      Yes, Melissa! Keep that momentum going πŸ™‚

  • This post is soooo good! I think subconsciously part of my taking a month off from work had something to do with the abundance mindset even though at the time I had no clue what the abundance mindset was. I’ve been struggling a lot with the measuring stick and I need to learn how to just be and enjoy. Also… the thought that there is enough for all of us is such a weight lifter. Honestly after I read that I felt 10 pounds lighter lol I think it’s going to be my new daily mantra.

    • Amina

      I’m so happy you were able to feel relief after reading. I remember having the same physical response when I first read about abundance. I’m convinced that, at the time, I was so worried that there would be nothing left for me in the world if I didn’t get out there and go, go, go, that I was always on guard. Once I realized that abundance just is what it is, not a quantifiable amount (in other words, you’re either abundant or your not, there’s not a set number that tells us we are all of the sudden living an abundant life) I was able to let down my guard and simply & calmly collect what I needed versus having to constantly fight tooth and nail for it.

  • Anna Hubbard

    This is seriously AMAZING! I definitely want to start adopting an abundance mindset + check out some of Amina’s other posts on her blog!

    • Amina

      Thank you, Anna! I’m so glad you found it helpful. Sending all the positive vibes your way!

  • thesophiadiaries

    Wow, this is such a great post, especially because I couldn’t agree with these points any more! I just didn’t know there was a name associated with this kind of mindset <3

    • Amina

      So glad you found it helpful! Happy abundant thinking!

  • Elizabeth Brico

    I totally agree-an abundance mentality can be life changing. I have PTSD and my experiences have really led me to have a very negative mentality. It’s work-a lot of it-trying to change that. But I think it’s worth it. I have a link up party called “Off-Fridays” The current theme is “The Art of Recovery” and I think this post would be absolutely PERFECT for it. It closes on Friday which is so soon! But if you get this in time and would like to join, I’d love it…it stays up as a free link resource library after it closes πŸ™‚ If you’re interested it’s Off-Fridays week 3 on bettysbattleground.com

  • I didn’t even know the term abundance mindset before this, but it makes so much sense! Definitely trying this out!

    xo
    Sami
    The Classic Brunette

  • Sydney Power

    I feel like I have learned so much from this post, i never knew there was a specific name for this

  • it is a HUGE accomplishment to replace scarcity beliefs with abundant mindset!! lots of great tips to learn from here! <3

  • Denay DeGuzman

    I firmly believe our thoughts are things. Once we realize that we are surrounded by abundance, we can tap into that positive energy by affirmations. Gratitude is also a huge factor in manifesting our dreams.

  • Kaitlyn Fickle Killebrew

    This is such an important post for our generation to read. With so many goals I want to achieve I’ll definitely need to focus more on an abundance mindset

  • Having a positive mindset really changes things. A quote that I really appreciate is from Henry Ford “Whether you think you can or you can’t, you’re right.”

  • love the idea of flexing your mindset muscle, our thoughts are powerful. i thought it was a little woo-woo too at one time but this stuff really works. great post!

  • This is such a great mindset to have! Especially about those “if only” statements – it’s so important to stop doing that and start focusing on how you can get there and how to make it work. Love this!

  • Omg this is awesome! I need to have this mindset more often!

  • I am a total manifestation believer. Rock on.

  • Divyanka Krsna

    I loved your writing! I read like you were actually talking. This concept of Abundance mindset is very unique. We often hear people saying, learn to settle for things that you have but hardly anyone encourage us to get what we actually want. This approach may prove to do something good I guess. Thanks for writing!

  • Love This!! i’m a huge believer that making things a reality in my mind first will help me bring them into reality through my work, effort and passion.

  • Savannah Ward

    “Put away your measurement stick” … what a cute little reminder! I appreciate this post because it serves as a reality check for me. I love what @millennialshatterb:disqus said below me as well about affirmations; I aspire to have Kiyosaki’s attitude!

    http://thealwaysblog.com

  • I’m on a journey to remove my negative mindset and this was totally needed. Taking out the what if’s and going in with positivity and self love. I too am a recovering job hopper ( I won’t say my number lol) My goal is to be free from the 9-5 lifestyle, but my self-doubt is the only thing standing in my way. I’m stopping the comparisons to other awesome bloggers like you and Rachel and gonna make this happen! πŸ™‚

  • What a great post! Love the idea of ditching the ‘if onlys’. I’m definitely working hard and succeeding at ditching the comparison game mindset!

  • Colleen

    What a great article! I like starting from the place of “Why the hell not?”, rather than “This probably isn’t going to work out”.

  • nicole simonetti

    opting out of the comparison game was huge for me. I found myself stuck in a rut as an influencer – constantly looking at other’s sites, feeds, etc. & it drove me to lose zero inspo. clearly, nothing I touched at that time would flourish if I did so w/ that attitude, so I changed it…and with that, so many blogging opportunities presented themselves so I’m w/ you on that tip! x, nicole // http://www.nicoleeigh.com

  • Amina, this is SOOOOOO true and so necessary! If one has a broke mentality/mindset they will always be that way. You get back what you put into the atmosphere! Great post πŸ™‚

  • Trying not to compare yourself to others is SO hard! Especially if you’re a blogger and your life revolves around “looking good” on social media. The tips you gave to combat that are excellent. Loved this post Amina (and Rachel!)

    Kayla | kaylablogs.com

  • Veronika

    I hate when people say “I’ll be happy when …”, and the if only … Granted, I say that too sometimes, but it’s so much better to just believe in yourself. I got into writing down goals as if I’d already achieved them lately and it really gets me going and sets me on the right track.

  • Kaitlyn Fickle Killebrew

    Yas girl! I love this optimistic outlook on life! Going to have to keep this in mind on my way back from my vacay

  • Tori Dunlap

    I love this post β€” you need to turn your SHOULDs into MUSTs!

    Tori || Victori Media
    https://www.victorimedia.com

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