What are the stories you've told yourself about your worth and value?

Maybe you've decided you aren't smart enough, attractive enough, or accomplished enough. If you've thought those (or a myriad of other) things about yourself, consider this your reminder: you are already enough

We are bombarded with so many negative messages on a daily basis. Messages saying that we need to lose weight, have more money, be more popular in the right circles, or more accomplished in our careers in order to be happy or loved.

The affirmation of "already enough" was created to remind women (just like you!) how powerful, brave, capable, strong and talented they already are. You don't need to change your body or abilities to be more valuable. You deserve to take up space (as much as you need) and exist just as you are. In this moment in your life, you are already enough.
The why behind the message:
The #alreadyenough project was developed in 2014. While completing my counseling degree, I began worked in an eating disorder treatment center. Through my time there, I became passionate not only about working with individuals with diagnosed eating disorders, but also those people who struggled to find value and acceptance for themselves.
I spent many years of my own life believing I needed to look and exist in a certain way in order to be worthy of love and a meaningful life. That is a huge part of why this message matters so much to me and why I want to help others find freedom outside of constant striving for "enough-ness." 
How you can get involved:
  • Sign up for the 5-Day #alreadyenough Challenge.
  • Purchase our products as gifts for the women you love!
  • Take time to remind those you love that they matter and have value outside of what they accomplish or look like.
  • Snap a photo and write out why you're choosing to believe you are already enough. Use the hashtag #alreadyenough when you share it!