February Self Calendar

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      Eat slowly with attention to the taste and texture of your food. Meditate for 6 minutes Do a breast self-exam. Visit webmd.com for directions Download a free habit forming app such as Productive or Strides
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Write out one goal for the month. Break it into weekly steps. Enjoy 5 minutes of gentle stretching before bed. Turn your phone off for one hour Be still and notice any pleasant sensations inside your body Meditate for 7 minutes Tell at least one supportive person about your goal and why it’s important. Try an online exercise or yoga workout
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Clear all clutter from a purse, closet, car or drawer. Try to see the point of view of someone you don’t like or agree with. Make a list of everything you love about you. Go ahead, don’t be shy! Do something you need to do, but don’t want to do. You’ll be glad you did. Meditate for 8 minutes Do something that requires you to call on your courage. You are brave and strong. Monitor your credit at mybankrate.com or creditkarma.com.
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Offer one random act of kindness. Skip T.V. tonight and enjoy a good book or magazine. Say to yourself, may I be at ease each time you wash your hands today. Eat only when you are hungry Meditate for 9 minutes Practice being patient and gentle with yourself. Go for a walk or hike.
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Visit atlantahabitat.org to learn about home ownership Write down three things that went right today. Forgive yourself for any mistakes you made and plan to try again tomorrow. I really don’t think life is about the I-could-have-beens. Life is only about the I-tried-to-do. I don’t mind the failure but I can’t imagine that I’d forgive myself if I didn’t try.

Nikki Giovanni


The worst loneliness is to not be comfortable with yourself.  Mark Twain


You’re always with yourself so you might as well enjoy the company.  Diane Von Furstenberg

She who trims herself to suit everybody will soon whittle herself away. Unknown


Start where you are, use what you have, do what you can. Arthur Ashe

God said, Love your enemy, so I obeyed and loved myself.”  Khalil Gibran




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