Don't rely on other people to determine your own self worth. It's fine to want to feel needed by family, friends, and other loved ones. It's alright to devote much of our time and effort to them, too. However, other people don't reflect your worth as a person. Your worth is so much greater than what those around you think of you. Always remember you're a king/queen all on your own. You don't need other people to validate or reinforce that.
Valentine's Day is a holiday to celebrate those you love and show them just how much you care, whether it's through a thoughtful card, delicious chocolates, or just spending time together. With the pandemic raging on and many areas of the world still under lockdown, this February 14 might be quite different for some of us. However, there are still many ways we can connect with loved ones and celebrate the holiday in a fun, engaging manner! So today, I'll be going over several ideas on how to safely celebrate Valentine's Day with family and friends!
I've talked about this a bit before, but it's been a while since I wrote about my kitty bros, Kash and Karma, and how we came to adopt both of them.
It’s important to preserve our relationships with family, friends, and partners. It’s important to look out for our loved ones and make sure they’re doing alright. But remember, it’s just as crucial to look after ourselves and make sure we’re in a good place physically, mentally, and emotionally. We shouldn’t put so much of our time and energy into caring for others that we forget to look after ourselves. Doing so can leave you feeling drained, exhausted, tired, unhappy, and a myriad of other negative emotions. So of course, reach out to the people you love and check in on them, but in the process, don’t forget to consider your own health and happiness. You are important, too.
I wanted to share something lighthearted and joyful to celebrate this week and all the good that’s happened throughout it. I hope you enjoy my poem about feline friends and their purrfect qualities!