4 Tips for Better Self-Esteem this Year

4 Tips for Better Self-Esteem this Year

When life throws obstacles our way, it can feel impossible to stay optimistic and proud. Difficulties with health, relationships, and employment and leave us feeling depressed, stress-out, and even angry. Overtime, these difficulties eat away at our confidence leaving us with poor self-esteem and disappointment. 

No matter your unique challenges, one of the most difficult things to overcome is poor self-esteem. Sadly, many of us don’t believe in our own abilities and strength. 

We’re here to change all that. This year, we hope to encourage everyone in our community to practice self-compassion and boost their self-esteem. Here are 6 easy ways to put disappointment behind you and start focusing on your power. 



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Try a DIY.
There are few things that give us the satisfaction of accomplishment and joy of creativity as a DIY project. Find a simple project that interests you and try it out. Creating something from scratch is rewarding, as well as stress-relieving.


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Help someone.
Offering your care and help is one of the most empowering and healing things you can do. Everyone needs help sometimes, and we all have something to offer. Reach out to a neighbor, a friend, or someone in your community and connect through service.



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Turn your failures around.

When we focus on our failures, it’s easy to develop low self-esteem. But what if we looked at our failures as positives? Each mistake we make is an opportunity for growth. Each “failure” shows we have lived and learned. What do you failures say about you? What lessons have you learned? How far have you come? That’s something to be proud of.


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Start a new habit.
Is there something you feel self-conscious of that you wish you could change? Perhaps you don’t feel smart enough, fit enough, or dedicated. Take on a new, easy-to-achieve habit that will help you move in the right direction. For instance, if you want to feel smarter, pledge to read for 20 minutes each day for 3 months. You’ll find renewed confidence in your progress and reap the rewards of learning something new!


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A New You

We hope that this year brings a new sense of self, accomplishment, and confidence to your life. Everyone deserves to believe in themselves as much as we believe in you. Congratulations on getting this far, the best is yet to come!


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