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The 10 Affirmations I Use for Self-Love

Limitless Existence

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I can tell how you speak from reading your book, which is exactly as it should be. And it's hilarious and so relatable. The nostalgia … smh. I don't know which of these affirmations speak to me the most because each addresses a new part of life. I have to say, some of these things I never really think about, and it's even shocking to see how much I relate. Number 7 is so soulful. I have no words. None. Number 6 should be a mentorship class for younger girls.
Waithera Mbugua
Founder: Newsly Content
This is a book for everyone! It’s such an inspiration and it provides nuggets of wisdom, told in such a way that is easy to read and understand. I am also very encouraged by your commitment to the #EndPeriodPoverty campaign.
Samuel Kariuki
Founder: Chuoni Technologies
My limitless existence is the new constitution, for the older woman, for me and for my little young girl. It is in how the author lays herself bare to get the message out here, it is the simplicity and weight in the message that makes it My Limitless Existence If she ever goes back to class, she is an embodiement of the figure I would want to teach my young girl the Abc of womanhood.
Betty Mburu
Agri-economist
I have always had issues with what people think of me and had always been a people pleaser ( still struggling with speaking my mind ) but with those affirmations I have learnt to stop comparing myself,I have learnt to be content with all my flaws including the inability to be social when needed , I have learnt to accept all the rights and wrongs that I did in the past as part of me and not regret a thing... I have learnt to much on how to accept me for me and work on my insecurities without comparing myself to anybody, even when my life seems to be on a bumpy road.I am me and I love me
Angela Muthoni
English/ Literature Teacher