Be Your Own Everyday Valentine First

Heart-shaped photoEvery February 14, we're obligated and encouraged to offer shows of affection to our sweethearts, if we have one, by giving
chocolate, flowers, cards, jewelry, etc.

What's wrong with this picture?

You need to love yourself before you can love anyone else.

Or, as I wrote in my article on Heal Your Life, "Before you shower someone else with love and affection, you need to
bestow love and affection on yourself. Only then can you be a wonderful
sweetheart."

Today, I'd like to urge you to be super-sweet to both your special someone and yourself all year long.

In other words, as I put it on "Be an Everyday Valentine" on Heal Your Life, "You want to be a valentine all 365 days
of the year."

Now, see my article to learn four ways to start to Be an Everyday Valentine.

Special thanks to Hay House for featuring my article on the Heal Your Life site and Facebook page.

I'm a former sugar-addicted journalist, who reluctantly quit sugar on doctor's orders in 1998. When all 44 of my crippling ailments vanished, I began interviewing hundreds of experts worldwide so I could give you the sour scoop about sweets. Fast forward 17 years, and I'm now author of Sugar Shock (Berkley Books, 2006) and Beyond Sugar Shock (Hay House, 2012). The latter gives you a simple, proven plan to easily squash your sugar habit. I'm also a motivational speaker, a certified life coach, a certified health coach, frequent media guest, and Gab with the Gurus host. I'm now planning the first first Sugar World Summit and I'm finishing writing my next book, Crush Your Crazy Cravings™, which will help you easily escape your must-have-junk-food moments.

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