Be More Me – Affirmations, Gratefulness & Beneficial Thoughts

Do you ever find the negative self-talk eating away at you like a termite chowing down on wood? No, just me? Okay, fine. Call me insecure, fearful, full of guilt issues, or just plain human, but I can’t seem to get rid of the overly critical voice inside my head. No matter how many times I try to shut them up with wine or Ambien (just kidding), they don’t let up. And, unfortunately, whatever Jim Carrey did in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is not an option.

But, I’ve been told there *is* one thing that supposedly works, cheesy as it sounds: affirmations. The idea is that actively saying positive things to yourself can change the way you think. By constantly repeating them, you slowly begin to override your inner critic/Daria. Now I am very familiar with affirmations. So, if you’re looking for some help in finding the proper affirmations, you came to the right place.

What is Be More Me?

Today we have an amazing iOS app called Be More Me, developed by Karin Eriksson, compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. We immediately liked it because it is perfect for helping you perk up and recharge your day with a simple inspirational message or two. With beautiful colors and neat user interface, the app is presented with some great features – let’s check them out.

Standout Features

With the Be More Me app you have the opportunity to get affirmations, gratefulness and beneficial thoughts. These can help you get through your daily life and get closer to your dreams and goals. Just open the app and choose from ready-made affirmations, thank you’s and beneficial thoughts and even create your own words. The app also features affirmation reminders so you can choose the time of the day when you want to receive them.

Develop and refresh yourself, enjoy a happy life by downloading Be More Me for free from the App Store.

App Store Download Link: Be More Me

Do you ever find the negative self-talk eating away at you like a termite chowing down on wood? No, just me? Okay, fine. Call me insecure, fearful, full of guilt issues, or just plain human, but I can't seem to get rid of the overly critical voice inside my head. No matter how many times I try to shut them up with wine or Ambien (just kidding), they don't let up. And, unfortunately, whatever Jim Carrey did in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is not an option. But, I've been told there *is* one thing that supposedly works, cheesy…
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