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A 30 Day Hypothyroidism Self Love & Advice Challenge That You Can do That Will Actually Work!

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Hi, Everyone! How are you? I wanted to write this blog and try to connect with all of you.We all get super busy in this thing called life. Sometimes we lose a little piece of ourselves traveling back in fourth. Most 30 day challenges require you to purchase a supplements, work out attire, a book or other items in order to be a part of it. You won’t find that here. Some 30 days challenges (mostly in regards to nutrition) tell you to avoid a certain foods or entire food groups. You wont find that with this 30 day challenge. No one can live off of cabbage soup are endless amounts of lemon water. Seriously, I’ve heard of all kinds of 30 days gimmicks that are really hard-to-do! I believe in the power of change. I also liked to be challenged in small ways that are attainable and be able to stick to these changes in my life. Trying a new idea each day isn’t that difficult.Allow this list to help you open up your mind to new possibilities and a new way of being. I’ve tried everything and this list seems to work for me. Honestly, after all, it takes  approximately 30 days to break a bad habit and create new more positive change that can last.

 

More Forward and be More Awesome!

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  • Mindfulness Meditate for 10 Minutes per Day
  • Write down 10 things you’re truly grateful
  • Do something that calms you down for 10 minutes a day
  • Do something that makes  you smile for 10 minutes per day
  • Get out in the sun for 20 minutes per day
  • Jump on a mini trampoline for 20 minutes
  • Try to get in 10,000 steps per day
  • Eat Breakfast
  • Start reading a new inspirational book
  • Make a homemade freshener
  • Call someone that  you haven’t spoken to in awhile
  • Write down something sexy about yourself
  • Watch an old movie that made you laugh as a teenager
  • Spray your bed with a homemade lavender scented spray
  • replace 1 meal with a smoothie
  • Take the stairs @ work instead of the escalator
  • Wake up 30 minutes earlier to talk to God and be thankful for the day
  • Spend 20 minutes each day organizing a new space in your home
  • Give yourself a daily facial
  • Give up sugar
  • Drink half your body weight in oz of water
  • Start using flouride free toothpaste
  • Smile @ a random person ( These are contagious)
  • Compliment someone on their hair, shoes or anything
  • Eat an apple/banana/orange/piece of fruit each day
  • Complete a Crossword
  • Speak positive words on your life
  • Floss your teeth
  • Use a cooper tongue scrap
  • Replace that chemicals loaded hand lotion with a organic brand
  • Watch a “How To Video”  on something you’ve always wanted to learn (check YouTube)
  • Sing in the shower
  • Dry brush your body
  • Sit outside and just enjoy nature
  • Play with your animal
  • Text a friend and let them know why they matter to you
  • Take a Epsom salt , baking soda , benonite clay and lavender bubble bath
  • Watch some funny YouTube videos
  • Watch sunset or sunrise
  • Give up alcohol for 30 days
  • Take a selfie and post it on your media outlet
  • Write down a inspirational quote or something powerful you heard
  • Drink herbal warm tea before bed
  • Write yourself a inspiring note for the next day
  • Donate to a local charity
  • Give yourself a hand and foot massage
  • Stretch
  • Try Yoga
  • Learn a new word
  • Eat a meals without your phone or TV
  • Take a power nap
  • Write a Thank You note/card
  • Take a walk without your phone
  • Sweat
  • Start your morning with a green smoothie
  • Take 10 deep breaths in and out in the morning and before bed
  • Bake something (bring the leftovers to work or give to someone in need)
  • Write down something you did each day that made you feel proud
  • Keep a list of what you accomplished each day
  • Start a journal
  • avoid take out food for 30 days
  • Cook a healthy dinner
  • Keep track of your expenses
  • Listen to a guided relaxation
  • try a 30-day random act of kindness
  • Drive somewhere new
  • Visit a new coffee shop/store/area of your town
  • Leaving spare change in a vending machine so that someone else can get a free snack
  • buy someones lunch without them knowing
  • Make time each day to do absolutely nothing
  • Write down negative thoughts and cross them out
  • Set a bedtime and stick to it
  • Look in the mirror and say something positive out loud about  yourself
  • Make a wish
  • Make a visual board-things you want to accomplish-with pictures
  • Eat slowly and mindful
  • Clean something in your house
  • Switch to natural DIY household cleaners
  • Replace caffeine with herbal tea
  • Eat a salad before each meal
  • keep a food journal
  • Create a list of books you want to read or movies you want to see
  • Start writing down idea’s that you have
  • Clean your kitchen before you go to bed that way you wake up to it clean
  • Add something new to your visualization board
  • Make someone smile
  • Do something spontaneous or out of the ordinary
  • Read something inspiring everyday
  • try a new body wrap

Get your mind in a great place first, and it makes everything else much easier.

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Each day people will offer you advice and their opinions but what you need to know is they can only understand from the paths that they have walked and their experiences up until that moment. This doesn’t make it wrong but you have to listen with open ears. Life is not a singular vision!
Try to seek a room full of “different” minded people, for no one grows when they sit in a room full of “like” minded ones! Most people have crippled themselves by their own limitations and try to impose that view on you. You will find that people are often unreasonable, irrational and self centered.  

   The good you do today, will often be forgotten. Do good anyways. Give the best you have, and it may never be enough but give your best anyways. What  you may spend years creating others could destroy it overnight. keep in mind, it has always been between you and GOD. It was never between you and them anyways.

  • Do not undermine your worth by comparing yourself with others.
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    Be more concerned with  your character than your reputation, because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are.

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    You have to be a independent thinker. Think for yourself. It’s okay to listen to other peoples wisdom but keep in mind they are limited from their own experiences. You have to form your own opinions and ideals. This is a trait of a leader.

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    Question everything! Some people are very persuasive and have the uncanny ability to have you leaning toward their way of thinking.

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    Keep Integrity. Having a good strong quality of being honest along with having strong moral principles.

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    You are valuable. Value yourself enough to walk away from a bad situation, value yourself enough to walk away from a person who doesn’t love you the same.

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    Respect  your body. Move your body and feed it good nourishment. What you put in to it and how you treat it will come back to you.

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    You are enough! There is only one you and you are very unique and wonderful. Embellish who you are.

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    Spend less than you earn. If you can’t pay cash for it then you don’t need it unless its a house or a car.

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    Don’t seek happiness through drugs, alcohol, sex and fake friends.

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    Life is short. Find what brings you joy in life. Make the most of your life by doing what you love and give it all  you got.

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    Believe anything is possible.

  • .You are the creator of possibility in your life so, follow your dreams.
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    Kindness goes a long way.

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    You will fall. It’s how you get up that counts. Never give up. 

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    No matter what happens good or bad life is about moving forward.

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    The world owes you nothing.

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    Hold fast to the adventure that life has to bring.

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    Being grateful will open your eyes and unlock many things in your life. 

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    Don’t follow the crowd and never be afraid to be different and do what is right.

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    Don’t give your emotional power to someone else. Don’t let another steal your joy.

  • . Time is Precious. Be mindful of how you spend it. Where you spend it. Who you spend it with and how you waste it.  It is one of the greatest gifts bestowed upon us and the greatest gift we can give another person.
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    Don’t ever go with the flow , be the flow.

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    Close your mouth and open your ears Better to listen, learn and hear.

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    Try to always be nice to others. You never know what kind of day they’re having. A smile is always a free thing to bestow upon another person.

  •  Always speak words of good to yourself. Never speak negative or bad about yourself because your mind is listening.
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    Remember when you get married , your marrying not on that person but the entire family.

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    Enjoy every day as a gift and never let loved ones in doubt of how much they mean to you.

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    Not everyone you meet will like you. Who cares they weren’t your cup of tea anyways.

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    Try to be  humble, kind, and confident in who you are.

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    Take no shit.

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    Never tell people about your lifestyle. There are certain details about your personality such as; your sex life, religious life, overcoming a bad habit, pretty much anything that might concern the world. People will hold things against you or use it against you. Sometimes its just  not worth the emotional stress to tell people your business.

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    Never air out your family’s dirty laundry for the world to see. People will gossip and twist things you say. It really disrespectful and not to smart to let others know the conflicts that are within your family. It also devalues you, your family. The stories that you tell  are usually passed on by the people you told to some other friends of theirs and this can make the issue worse if it gets back to the person in your family that you were talking about. If you have issues in your household  its best to resolve them at home.

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Health and Happiness,

Audrey
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Audrey Childers is a published author, blogger, freelance journalist and an entrepreneur with over a decade of experience in research and editorial writing. She is also the creator and founder of the website the hypothyroidismchick.com. Where you can find great tips on everyday living with hypothyroidism. She enjoys raising her children and being a voice for optimal human health and wellness. She is the published author of : A survivors cookbook guide to kicking hypothyroidism booty, Reset your Thyroid, The Ultimate guide to healing hypothyroidism ,  A survivors cookbook guide to kicking hypothyroidism booty: the slow cooker way and  Hypothyroidism: The Beginners Guide: How to stop surviving and start thriving. You can find all these books on Amazon.  You can also find her actively involved in her Facebook Group : Healing Hypothyroidism. This blog may be re-posted freely with proper attribution, author bio, and this copyright statement.

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