As a student myself, I know how easy it is to get demotivated or lose interest in what we’re studying. But as we all know, when it happens, it is harder to gain the confidence or find the right track back. This is something almost every student goes through.

At times like this, you can use affirmations also known as positive statements to brighten the way you look at things. Affirmations can be used regularly; you can either say them to yourself or write them down in a journal.

In this article, I am going to share some affirmations that I have found helpful for me as a student to uplift my hope, and interest while improving my mindset and grades! Not only that, researchers have proven, that affirmations are capable of boosting your overall health, too.

Repeat these after me;

  1. “Am I good enough? Yes, I am” – Michelle Obama 
  2. “Who you are inside is what helps you make and do everything in life” – Mister Rogers 
  3. “Your perspective unique. It’s important and its counts” – Glenn Close
  4. “The secret of attraction is to love yourself” – Deepak Chopra
  5. “I’m better than I used to be. Better than I was yesterday. But hopefully not as good as I’ll be tomorrow” – Marianne Williamson 
  6. “We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope” – Martin Luther King JR
  7. “If you really think small, your world will be small. If you think big, your world will be big” – Paulo Coelho 
  8. “Nothing is impossible. The word itself says ‘I’m possible!’ – Audrey Hepburn 
  9. “Failure is just another way to learn how to do something right” – Marian Wright Edelman 
  10. I am worthy of all my dreams and desires 
  11. I choose to accept myself as I am in this moment.
  12. There are no limits to what I can achieve. 
  13. I am smart and capable, anything I don’t know I can learn. 
  14. I have the power to shape my life. 
  15. I welcome challenges in my life as opportunities to grow. 
  16. I’ve overcome challenges before and will do so again. 
  17. I know the future has wonderful things in store for me.
  18. I will not let distractions take me off course. 
  19. My purpose in life is to be happy.
  20. I can begin again right now. 

When you catch yourself thinking negatively and letting yourself down, remember to repeat or write down some positive affirmations like I mentioned above to get away from that mindset. When you make it a habit, overtime more positive thoughts will come into your mind and you will start to notice a good change in your mindset and your life. I repeat again, this is a very good step forward for your academic success! 

Good luck loves! Happy Studying!

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