Breaking Free from the Productivity Trap 🕰️

Embrace Your Self-Worth with Love

We’re a little tired today so this newsletter is going to be straight to the point.

Here's what we're getting into today ⬇️

  • Productivity isn’t attached to your self-worth. Get ready to unsubscribe from that thinking.

  • we’ve got a few good laughs for you today, check it out.

  • The 3 types of loneliness & tips to deal with them.

The Nice Girls Guide To

Self Love & Self Worth - Beyond the Productivity Trap! 🌸💪✨

It's time to break free from the chains of the productivity trap and reclaim your self-love and self-worth on our own terms. Buckle up, because we're about to expose the BS that's been fed to us by those so-called gurus who think success is measured by how many tasks we can cross off our to-do lists. Spoiler alert: it's time to toss their advice right out the window! 🚫

In this fast-paced, productivity-obsessed world, we've been made to believe that if we're not constantly grinding, hustling, and being hyper-productive, we're somehow failing at life. But guess what? That's a load of hogwash, and we're calling it out! 🗣️💥

You know what we believe in at Nice Girls Anonymous? 

We believe in the power of balance, the beauty of rest, and the rejuvenation that comes from indulging in guilty pleasures (yes, Netflix, we're looking at you!). 🍿📺

Because here's the thing: self-love and self-worth aren't tied to our productivity levels or the number of items we check off our never-ending to-do lists. They're rooted in accepting ourselves exactly as we are, flaws, quirks, and all.

The truth is, our worth as individuals extends far beyond our ability to be productive or to measure our lives solely by financial success. We have to go beyond the cycle of constantly seeking validation through external achievements and recognize that our worth is irrespective of our productivity levels. You are worthy of love, self-respect, and confidence simply because you exist.

Now, we're not saying you should ditch all responsibilities and become a couch potato (unless that's what brings you genuine joy, of course!). It's about finding a healthy balance between being productive and giving yourself the permission to relax, recharge, and pursue activities that bring you happiness without judgment.

So, let's liberate ourselves from the hamster wheel of never feeling good enough. Embrace your downtime, celebrate your accomplishments (big or small), and honor your personal journey. You are more than the tasks you accomplish; you deserve to feel love, respect, and confidence unconditionally without having to subscribe to hustle culture! 🌟💖

So go ahead and binge-watch that guilty pleasure show, indulge in a spa day, or take that much-needed nap guilt-free! 💆‍♀️💤

Laugh Out Loud

We got a good laugh at this video over the weekend. If you’ve ever had something go wrong while doing your hair you’ll understand this.

The Bold Baddie Book Club
  • Want to know how to improve your self worth, read this article.

  • Are you giving too much to someone you’re not even dating? Listen to this podcast episode.

Are you feeling lonely? Here’s The 3 Types of Loneliness Plus How to Kick 'Em to the Curb

Loneliness, my friend, can come in all shapes and sizes. Just like that collection of mismatched socks lurking in your drawer. But fear not, because we're about to decode the Loneliness Lineup and give you the guide on how to show each type the door. Ready? Let's dive in!

First up, we have Intimate Loneliness. This sneaky little bugger creeps in when you feel like you're missing that special someone who has your back in the good times and the bad. You know, the confidante, the ride-or-die friend, or the partner who can handle all your crazy.

Want to know how to overcome it this summer? Reconnect with your close pals or significant other this summer.

  • Remember why you clicked in the first place -how did you meet? What drew you to them? remember those things if you’re feeling disconnected.

  • let the vulnerability flow like a river of deep conversations - this one is self-explanatory but don’t be afraid to be vulnerable to people

  • and shared adventures- revisit your favorite activities to do together.

Next on the list, we have Relational Loneliness. This loneliness lurks in the shadows, making you feel like you're missing out on a broader network of friends. Maybe you lost touch with your squad during the pandemic, and those virtual hangouts just weren't cutting it.

Well, it's time to take charge!

  • Make plans with your crew, but don't let that self-esteem monster sabotage your connection.

  • Assume your friends like you as much as you like them. Newsflash: Research says we're less likely to be rejected than we think.

Last but not least, we have Collective Loneliness. This loneliness takes a more community-centric approach. It's that feeling of being disconnected from the wider world, from your neighbors and those chance encounters that used to make life exciting. Thanks to the pandemic, virtual platforms struggled to recreate those spontaneous moments.

But don’t worry!

  • Take advantage of the moments when you can safely be around others.

  • Go for a walk, change up your scenery, and remember that you're part of a vibrant community. Sometimes, a simple stroll can work wonders for your collective connection vibes.

Now, here's the kicker: You have the power to control how you perceive and handle loneliness. You can identify those negative thoughts and view them as faulty hypotheses rather than cold, hard facts.

So when loneliness comes knocking, start to kick it to the curb by reframing how you think about your relationships.

Exciting Announcement

After we wrap up the Summer Series Challenge in June. We’ll be introducing a new challenge (that’s paid- low cost) called

Every day you’ll receive either a video, audio, or task to do that will help you focus on embracing your inner kindness & fierceness. Plus you’ll have access to our Slack during the 30 days to get support during the 30 days.

Price the challenge at $97, with an early bird price of $77 for those who sign up before the launch date.

You can join now for early access to the community but the challenge will not kick off until July 10th




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