I deserve to feel pride for achieving any task regardless if it feels like an insignificant one, and I am proud of myself.
If I cannot accomplish a task or use my time in a way I deem productive, I will not shame myself and I will be proud that I do not need to belittle myself— I am worth more than what I can do in an hour, day, week, year, or lifetime.
I respect my needs and appreciate the ways my body and mind tell me I need rest, whether that means taking a break from a task, taking a nap, or dedicating the day to taking care of myself.
When I struggle with motivation, I don’t and won’t use negativity to push myself forward. I will treat myself kindly.
Before dedicating myself to responsibilities, I will evaluate my energy and ability as to not overload myself.
I communicate with the people in my life and not avoid difficult conversations about productivity. I keep them informed and ask for help when I need it.
I keep myself hydrated, nourished, and rested as best I can and know that the better I’m sustained, the more productive I am. I recognize a lack of sleep, food, or adequate water intake to be a primary roadblock in feeling good about myself.
I pay attention to what works for me and what doesn’t, and I don’t sabotage myself by ignoring what I know.
When overwhelmed, I break tasks down into manageable portions without overcomplicating them and prioritize the foundation or fundamentals of a problem.
I love myself and am productive by choosing to love who and what I am.