First 3 Steps to Creating A Life You Love

First 3 Steps to Creating A Life You Love

What is it you want to do with your life? How do you think you’re going to make it happen? If you’re

not sure, then self-reflection is in order.
Even if you have an idea where you want to go, you may want to consider doing self-reflection
exercises to ensure that you remain on the path toward success. When you are on the right path,
you can begin to create your vibrant life.
1. Compose Affirmations. Write a list of at least 40 affirmations. These affirmations should
embrace what you want to achieve and what you want to become in your life.
Write them in the present tense and be sure to use the word “I” throughout the list. For example, “I
am grateful for my loving family”.
It is important to focus on the things that are occurring now that will lead to your future success.
You may hear words in your head such as “But you messed this up the other day” or “You weren’t as
productive as you could have been.” If you are hearing things like this, then banish those negative
thoughts. It can take some time to get used to positive thinking but it will be time well spent
Repeating your affirmations aloud will enable you to confirm your positive thoughts.
2. Tap into your subconscious mind. Your subconscious mind is where your self-image is
stored. All of your attitude, experiences, beliefs and values are here. Your subconscious mind is the
core of who you are and it’s a very powerful force.
If you go inward and reflect upon what’s inside this storehouse within the mind, you can gain a
better sense of self-awareness. Some may call this meditation. Regardless of what you call it, this
process helps you to attain a higher level of consciousness
Better self-awareness can provide you with many answers about yourself and your true beliefs.
3. Visualize Creatively. This is a fun way to self-reflect! Make yourself a box to show your hopes
and dreams. Or you can create a vision board. Place pictures and words that represent you and your
thoughts into your box or on your board. The more details you include, the better it works.
Imagination is the key and the sky is the limit!
Now start Creating a Life You Love!


With over ten years of experience as a personal life coach, mentor and nutrition coach, Judi Resor, with her positive attitude, calming personality, and vast knowledge, has helped many people achieve their goals of living a fit, happy and healthy lifestyle. She works with soulful women, empowering them to nurture their bodies through nutrition and self love with her signature program SexyFit Lifestyle by DesignLet her move you into the life you desire, register now for a Free Strategy Session and start your SexyFit Lifestyle by Design!


  1. Good read! This is something I know and don’t always remember to apply so love this reminder my favorite step is affirmation. I love words and affirmations encourage and uplift.

    • Yes our words to ourselves are so powerful..

  2. Thanks for the article Judi. i am in need of a new vision board. It’s been so busy and productive, I will make time. Great article. p.s- I love the reflection process

    • Vision boards are so much fun, enjoy updating yours..

  3. Compose them. Yes. Excellent. Will be more aware of this now. Thanks!

    • Thanks for stopping by..

  4. Tap into your subconscious mind…oh yes sistah! One of the greatest tools I have ever learned! ;-)

    • Thanks Amber, we are all powerful beyond comprehension!

  5. These are all steps I take as well. It’s always great to know others know and teach how powerful we really are!

    • Yes we are all powerful Sally, some of us just need to be reminded occasionally..

  6. Thank you for the reminders! 40 affirmations seems like so many, but I’m going to try!

    • Anna once you start writing them down you will get in the flow and your st will grow – promise :)


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