Be The Best You | Celebrate | Week Nine

by Christina Rowsell


Image © Christina Rowsell
We all need to celebrate our success. No matter how small or big that success is. It’s your success. As much as we need to learn to celebrate in our own thoughts, it’s so much more fun when you can celebrate with others. However, not everyone will want to celebrate with you.

Surround yourself with those who believe in you and encourage you. I like to call them cheerleaders in your back pocket. They’re the people who will be there when times are tough. But they’re also the ones who will celebrate with you.

Celebrating accomplishments is so important on your journey to be the best you. Why? Because it reminds you of how great you are. Yes! You are great! And don’t you forget that. By celebrating your accomplishments you are reinforcing a positive attitude. Which brings us back to how a positive attitude is the foundation to being the best you, you know how.

Scientifically speaking, celebrating releases endorphins into your body. Endorphins are the chemicals responsible for triggering a positive feeling into your body. They’re the ones that make you feel good. And you deserve to feel good!

If you have to, start small by saying, “Ya, I am proud of myself.” The more you do it, the better you’ll get at it. You’re probably really good at celebrating others aren’t you? Do you like to make someone feel better? Imagine how much more you can help others if you felt just as good.

Go ahead and celebrate. Celebrate that you are working towards being the best you!

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Christina Rowsell - RadioAnnouncerBloggerPhotographerVoice Actor, Mother, Wife, Sister, Daughter and... part time cook (only when she has time - in between driving to the hockey rink, lacrosse and volunteering...)

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Additionally, Christina and her husband Chad are working on a documentary about Lyme Disease in Alberta called The Tiny Tick

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