Inner Mean Girl Cleanse (Day 5)

You are beautiful and I hope you are telling yourself that daily!  If you are seeing value in the Beauty Message Challenge and want to do other activities like this then I recommend  you check out the Inner Mean Girl Cleanse.  I  just came across it and thought it would be a great and timely thing to share with all of you since it began on Aug 25th. I have included a few of their videos and information from Christine Arylo and Amy Ahler’s website about the cleanse.

The Inner Mean Girl Cleanse

a 40-day Self-Love Practice

6 toxic habits… 6 new self-loving habits… 6 conversations
a new one every week for 6 weeks!

“You should be able to get more done in a day.”
“Why aren’t you as good as her?”
“Shouldn’t you be farther along by now?”

Sound familiar?

This is the voice of your Inner Mean Girl. She’s negative. She’s catty. She’s judgmental.

She compares your worst to everyone else’s best. Her favorite thing to do is to make you feel small, inadequate, and unworthy.

We’ve got news for you: Your Inner Mean Girl is a liar!

She’s slowing you down, running you ragged, and keeping you from your dreams.
And wait… get this… you are the one feeding her the fuel that keeps her going!

Negative Media.

She loves to consume this garbage. And we know, in today’s world it’s hard to keep this junk away.

That’s why we here at Inner Mean Girl Reform School have banded together with women around the world,
for the first time ever to convene a world-wide Inner Mean Girl Cleanse, and you are invited!

Let’s face it, giving up anything, even when you know it’s bad for you, is WAY easier when you have a group of friends to do it with!

About isabelrasmussen

Three generations of women in my family raised me until first grade, amongst them I was taught how wonderful it was to be a girl. In my tween years I was confronted with many of the social challenges other girls face and my self confidence dwindled. I think it was going from being so proud of being a girl to struggling so much as a girl and reading of all the struggles that women faced that motivated me throughout my life. I received her undergraduate degree in Women’s Studies at UW and then worked in domestic violence and as a community organizer in San Francisco. At 26 I took the opportunity to live in Guatemala for a year and West Africa for a summer. I returned to the US and in 2008 obtained a Green MBA at Dominican University in San Rafael.
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