Kindness in words creates confidence. Kindness in thinking creates profoundness. Kindness in giving creates love.” Lao-Tzu

Welcome to Day 11 of the  Love Challenge. If you’re only just catching up with us today go here first to find out what you need to do to get started.

Congratulations we are at the halfway point in the 21 day challenge. Today is rest day. Take time for you to bliss out and be kind to you.  Call it me time. It is time to be kind to you. Carve out 30 to 60 minute to treat you.

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Did you take time out just for you?

This is all part of the journey to loving you more and more each day.

See you tomorrow ready to explore further  this journey of love.

Daily Activitiy:

  1. Mirror work twice a day. I am saying I love and accept myself 21 time in the morning and again in the evening.  If you are finding yourself yawing read yesterday’s post 
  2. If it resonates with you use EFT and Ho’oponopono
  3. Please comment below, on your pinterest board , on twitter use hash tags #loveu421 and #love challenge and on my facebook page.
  4. Follow 21 Day Love board at pinterest where you can get the images for your journal I will be sharing all the images each day. I have also added them to thegoogle event.

With love, gratitude and in abundance always

Suzie Cheel

PS: This post is part of my 21 Day Love Challenge Project.  If you’d like to read more or invite your friends!, visit these posts:

Join my 21 Day Love Challenge     Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5  Day 6 Day 7 Day 8 Day 9 Day 10

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2 Responses

  1. Evelyn
    we all find it a challenge to take that special time for oneself and i know that that 2 children would make it even more so. I was impressed to see your children learning meditation. You area great role model for them.
    Ho’oponopono is simple and so effective – say it while driving, when you need a lift

  2. Hi Suzie,

    Oh yes, I do take me-time….although I should do so more often! With two kids to mind, it is a constant challenge to make time for myself. However, when I start to feel stressed out, then I know I need to connect with nature, meditate, draw, read or do inner healing work. Simply being on my own can be rather therapeutic!

    I have not tried Ho’oponopono but I hope to one day!!

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