3 Reasons You CAN Say No Without The Guilt
How many times a week are you saying yes then wishing you said no? Your time and energy are precious and saying "No" is one of the kindest things you can do for your well-being. Here's how to do it without feeling guilty.
Hey I'm Lydia Kimmerling, I'm a finalist for Psychologies and Hay House's new voice for 2016. I will be blogging here for the month of Feb and the winner is the person who has the most votes on their blogs. Will you vote for me? Support this blog by clicking "VOTE UP" above.
Where would you love to be saying no in your life where you feel you have to say yes?
Staying late at work?
Cooking dinner again?
Going out for "one" drink?
Lending your friend money?
The list goes on, there's just so many everyday situations where we think we have to say yes even though it's not ideal for us.
So how do you overcome that without thinking you're letting someone down or being a bad friend?
I have three good reasons to banish the guilt and help you protect your time energy to be a better version of yourself and give more time and energy to the life and people you love.
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Psychologies and Hay House ran a competition in January 2016 to find the wisest new voice for 2016. We have now shortlisted our favourite five entrants. We were looking for a fresh and distinctive voice with a relevant message for our current times. If you enjoyed Lydia's entry then please vote.
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