We have found that saying affirmations helps us replace negative thoughts with positive ones. Some may strike you as good personal goals. Take what you like and leave the rest.

I nurture my spirit by surrounding myself with beauty and harmony.

I believe patience, tolerance, and taking my time AID me in my recovery.

I set reasonable goals, remembering that my first priority is my well-being.

I schedule what I can do at a comfortable pace. I rest before I get tired.

I allot more time than I need for a task or trip, allowing a comfortable margin for the unexpected.

I decide which are the most important things to do first.

I do one thing at a time.

I schedule quiet time for communing with my Higher Power. Before I accept any new commitments, I first ask guidance from my Higher Power.

I eliminate an activity from my schedule before adding one that demands equivalent time and energy.

When I feel overwhelmed, I stop and reconnect with my Higher Power.

I allocate space and time for anything new that I bring into my life or home.

I simplify my life, believing that when I need a fact or item, it will be available to me.

I affirm abundance and prosperity, thus I release the need to hoard.

I ask for help if I have any difficulties in working the program.

I schedule time for play and rest, refusing to work non-stop.

I believe that I can recover from cluttering and use my experience to benefit others.

I accept my progress as proceeding in God's time. I know that patience, tolerance, and taking my time aids me in my recovery.

I am gentle with my efforts, knowing that my new way of living requires much practice.

I do not yield to pressure or attempt to pressure others.

I realize that I am already where I will always be, in the here and now. I live each moment with serenity, joy, and gratitude.

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