4 Ways To Improve Your Self Esteem In 2021

Don't be Stuck on Stupid-Choose Joy-Chispa Magazine-Kuan-Yin TimotheeCoronavirus has got us all feeling a bit down in the dumps as we’ve witnessed the unfortunate loss of hundreds of thousands of lives, been forced to stay at home and refrain from seeing our loved ones, and our finances take a tumble. Lockdown may have also affected your self esteem through eating more than you usually would, not getting as much sun or fresh air, and even how you feel about yourself when you look in the mirror. While the world is still trying to fumble through to find a way of beating this terrible virus, you can take the time to work on yourself to build your self esteem back up. Take a look at these simple yet effective ways of doing that.

Refrain from alcohol.

Alcohol is well known for being a depressant, and when you’re feeling cooped up at home, turning to alcohol won’t do you any favours. Sure, you may feel good at the time, but the next day when the dehydration and hangover kicks in, your mental health is going to plummet. While it’s perfectly okay to have a couple of drinks every now and then, try and refrain from drinking too much to keep your mental health, and therefore your self esteem in the best place.

Smile more often.

It’s true when they say laughter is the best medicine, and the past 12 months haven’t given many of us much to smile about. However, finding a reason to smile everyday will help improve your self esteem. Look in the mirror and smile at yourself – you’ll be surprised at how much it helps! If you’re conscious about your smile, why not look into how to straighten teeth at home to improve your self esteem? Not only that, when you are able to venture out and see your loved ones, you can feel confident that you’re looking great.

Take care of what you’re eating.

A naughty snack every now and then isn’t going to do any harm, but how often are you treating yourself to one of these snacks? Keep a food diary for a few weeks and you’ll begin to realise how much junk food you’re actually eating! Having the physical evidence in front of you will allow you to change up your eating habits and replace them for healthier options, which will help you maintain weight, clear your skin, and feel much more energised.

Learn exercises you can do at home.

Finally, while the gyms might not be open and venturing out might not be the best idea, that doesn’t mean you can’t get enough exercise! There are plenty of exercises that you could do at home, and you may even be able to combine exercise with chores such as gardening and vacuuming your home by picking up the pace and getting your heart rate going. Exercising induces happy hormones, meaning not only will you feel great, but your hard work will make you look great too!

The effects of COVID-19 have been challenging, but don’t let it defeat you. Deal?

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Mavian Arocha-Rowe

Mavian Arocha-Rowe

Editor-in-Chief at Chispa Magazine
Mavian Arocha-Rowe is known as an asset to the business and communications industry and is motivating and advocating “your authenticity should be your strategy,” for all women, regardless of their season and roles. For the past 20 years she has directed magazines, plus multiple art and marketing departments as creative director and brand manager. What supersedes all of her great career moves is her role as wife and mother living in Atlanta. Challenging herself to discover and bravely pursue the calling for her life, Arocha-Rowe helps other women discover and pursue their life’s assignment. She is a passionate, and loud-laughing speaker on the topic of purposefully redeemed, and mentors young women so they can exercise a mind that is doctrinally pure, along with a heart that beats toward sanctification. She will almost never turn down Marlow’s Tavern double-tavern cheeseburger, a cooking-demonstration from Leaning Ladder, or any opportunity to head to Miami to spend time with family.

Mavian Arocha-Rowe

Mavian Arocha-Rowe is known as an asset to the business and communications industry and is motivating and advocating “your authenticity should be your strategy,” for all women, regardless of their season and roles. For the past 20 years she has directed magazines, plus multiple art and marketing departments as creative director and brand manager. What supersedes all of her great career moves is her role as wife and mother living in Atlanta. Challenging herself to discover and bravely pursue the calling for her life, Arocha-Rowe helps other women discover and pursue their life’s assignment. She is a passionate, and loud-laughing speaker on the topic of purposefully redeemed, and mentors young women so they can exercise a mind that is doctrinally pure, along with a heart that beats toward sanctification. She will almost never turn down Marlow’s Tavern double-tavern cheeseburger, a cooking-demonstration from Leaning Ladder, or any opportunity to head to Miami to spend time with family.