Affirmations for burnout (31+)

Affirmations for burnout

  • All I have is right now. Time will continue to move forward whether I do or not.
  • Delegation isn’t failure. It’s okay to ask for help.
  • Done is better than perfect.
  • I accept valuable feedback with gratitude, and I let go of feedback that doesn’t serve me.
  • I allow myself to be open to new opportunities and possibilities.
  • I am a positive influence on the world.
  • I am calm in the face of conflict.
  • I am committed to being a better person today than I was yesterday.
  • I am grateful for the opportunity each morning to wake up and start a new life.
  • I am my only obstacle.
  • I am responsible for how I respond to the world around me. The world doesn’t owe me anything.
  • I am right where I need to be. I embrace the challenges and opportunities facing me and I choose to learn and grow from them.
  • I approach everyone and everything with enthusiasm.
  • I can do anything, but I can’t do everything.
  • I can’t make other people share my expectations.
  • I choose to be present, moment to moment, as life unfolds around me.
  • I don’t compare myself to others. I am living my own version of happy.
  • I don’t rush through my life, other people’s time is just as valuable as my own.
  • I don’t sweat the small stuff and I don’t take myself too seriously.
  • I embrace my best self today and I choose to live in a way that will bring peace and positivity to myself and others.
  • I go out of my way to meet people I admire.
  • I have everything I need to make today great.
  • I have it within me to overcome any challenges I might face today.
  • I release my desire to be perfect. I’m already good enough to be respected and loved.
  • I release my need to control the future, and I choose to focus on allowing the best to happen.
  • I release my need to impress others and I don’t need approval or permission from anyone.
  • I take things one day at a time.
  • I work to live, not live to work.
  • I’m not alone. I have options.
  • I’m not feeling it today, and that’s OK. Tomorrow is a new day.
  • If I can change my thoughts, I can change anything.
  • If I don’t ask, the answer is always no. I ask for what I need because I deserve it.
  • In every circumstance, ask yourself, what would love require of me?
  • It’s okay to pause and take a break… but don’t give up.
  • It’s okay to work hard, but it’s not okay to work so hard that my work is no longer effective.
  • It’s only work.
  • My manager isn’t a mind-reader, but they are there to support me.
  • My well-being is my top priority.
  • My worth is not defined by my to-do list.
  • Rest is work, too. It’s a job that needs to be done.
  • Seek the beauty in people, and they will seek and celebrate the beauty in you.
  • Taking an hour to unplug and recharge my batteries will help me go 12 more.
  • There will always be more work. I can’t finish everything right now.
  • This is not the end of the world. Start again tomorrow.
  • This job is what I do and I do it well. But it does not define who I am.
  • Today I have a brain and a healthy body that allow me to see, taste, feel, hear, smell and touch the world around me with energy and gratitude.
  • Today I will make progress toward my goals.
  • Today is a gift. Life is short and nothing is guaranteed – don’t wait for anything.
  • Today is today, not every day.
  • What I say I am, I become.

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