I value myself: Two Months of value 2017

I didn't even know I didn't value myself when I started reading, "Money, A love story," by Kate Northrup. I knew I needed to learn more about money, but self value?! Really. I started doing this exercise in February 2016 and it changed my life.

Many areas of my life. Romantic, personal, financial, and spiritual. 

Truthfully I had never thought about value.

Value by definition:


1. the regard that something is held to deserve; the importance, worth, or usefulness of something

2. a person's principles or standards of behaviour; one's judgement of what is important in life


1. estimate the monetary worth of (something)

2. consider (someone or something) to be important or beneficial; have a high opinion of

The Exercise:

The exercise was simple:

Write down 3 things you value about yourself each day.

Value about myself?!>!*(#$(*@^(*


 This took a lot of thought and mindset shift.

I was definitely aware of what I valued in other people, in professionals I worked with, in family and friends, but I had never turned the spot light on me.

I didn't know my value. I am embarrassed to say that it even occurred to me that I didn't appreciate what I was offering my clients and the person I was dating. Two big areas and I had no clue. 


A feisty soul driven by her love of spirituality and life. Casey has learned through the school of hard knocks that mindfulness is the path that leads to compassion, love and a great life.

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