Major Radical Self Love Bible Inspiration!
If you’re in need of a little inspiration for your Radical Self Love Bible, girl, you are SO in luck today!
A little while ago, I received a really sweet email from Alannah, who wrote to tell me about all the changes in her life since she had started seriously applying radical self love and its concepts to her life. Almost as an afterthought (!!!), she included a link to her journals so I could have a peek… And when I clicked through, I was so excited!
She has taken the idea of an art journal and turned it into her radical self love bible, filling it with power phrases, pictures, assemblage and sequins.
In her own words…
“After spending several nights in bed with your self love posts, I decided to make a change. I’ve always been really into art journals, and after reading all about your self love bibles I thought I would start projecting more positivity into them. … My journals have so much colour in them now, so many moments when I’m scribbling cute things that happened to me, sweet compliments I was given – it’s amazing to think how much has changed in 6 months.”
I loved browsing through her RSL bible because it’s such a great example of doing it a little differently! We’re not all writers, so if you’re more visually-inclined — and handy with a gluestick! — this is a fabulous illustration of how you can make your Radical Self Love Bible fit your needs.
Okay, enough babbling… Let’s get an eyeful!
So much love for this, it totally inspires me to step up my game and put more energy into my own RSL Bible!
From Alannah’s email…
“I’m happy now. I’ve realised that loving myself means I don’t need to hang around people who drag me down and constantly bitch. I have now an amazing little set of people who make me smile every time I hear from them and I’ve actually got up the courage to start making new friends. I wanted to let you know just how much a difference self love has done in my life. And so quickly! I wish I had known this was possible in high school; that your own approval was the most important thing, not everyone else’s.”
Overwhelmed with love,