Daily Positive Affirmations


Here’s a simple tool to make it towards the end of 2015 proud and celebrating more success than defeats. It’s by starting every single day with an open heart and a positive attitude. I am a strong believer in incorporating daily positive affirmations into my morning routine.

[Tweet “Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you’ll start having positive results. – Willie Nelson”]

It all started when I attended a corporate retreat a few years ago. My coworkers and I were looking forward to an easy day but instead we ended up learning how to grow personally. Now if you know anything about me, you know that any new knowledge that furthers my self-development really gets me excited. One of the sessions was on the importance of a daily positive affirmations practice. You see as Iyanla Vanzant put it, we sometimes have “humping puppies” in our heads. You know how you train your puppy and it behaves well but soon as a guest comes over he starts humping on their legs nonstop. Well, when we start to believe negative things about ourselves and our lives they behave like humping puppies in our heads. If let’s say your humping puppy is saying “I’m stupid” no matter what you do, you will think “I’m stupid”, “I’m stupid”, “I’m stupid.” This could have been something a relative said to you out of anger as a child and it stuck with you for all these years. If you make a typo on a report at work or take the wrong exit on the highway, you’re going to say “I’m stupid” and it will become part of your belief system. Here’s the thing though, we are Moms in Heels, we are not and we have no time to nurture negativity in our minds and within our families. That’s why I wanted to share this list of daily positive affirmations. You can print them and put them up above your work area or in your bathroom or just memorize them to recite during your commute or your times of stillness.


If you usually wake up feeling anxious or with a negative mindset, here is my nighttime routine to ensure I wake up with positive energy. Click here for the article, you may find it helpful.

Don’t be afraid to practice daily affirmations with your kids, on the way to school every morning the Princess Fairy and I point the day in a positive direction by reciting these and other kid friendly ones (I’ll share hers in another post).

Daily Positive Affirmations to make in 2015:


I feel energized.
I have a mission.
I choose happiness.
I can do this.
I am compassionate.
I love myself.
I am in charge of me.
I am present.
I put me first.
I am making good choices.
I am ready.
I am on my way.
I am connected to life.
I trust myself.
I can do anything.
I have what I need.
I know my life has meaning.
I hold things tightly.
I listen to my heart.
I am blessed.
I am happy.
I can change.
I am taking steps to be healthier.
I am beautiful.
I love my body more and more.
I speak gently to myself.
I look forward.
I won’t be taken for granted.
I am powerful.
I am becoming who I want to be.
I am connected to all there is.
My heart is open.
I matter.
I discover new joys of living every day.
I move at the perfect pace.
I trust my inner wisdom and intuition.


 Are positive affirmations a part of your morning routine?

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