This week, my wife shared a post on our MP Studio Facebook page, that seemed to really resonate with our audience….

Here’s a snippet….

““Comparison is the thief of joy.”

Just stop and think about that quote for a moment.

I’m sure you’ve heard it before.

Every time we compare ourselves to someone else, we are literally robbing ourselves of happiness.

I can think back to so many social outings where I’ve been too busy being self-conscious about my body and comparing myself to the other women there, that I’ve missed out on so much…

Missed out on deepening connections with friends.

Missed out on being “in the moment” and present.

Missed out on switching off and having fun!

And I don’t really want to do that anymore!”

Rach hit the nail on the head, and I have to admit, it’s not just women who do this.

Guys have their own insecurities, too – it affects everyone at one stage or another, I believe.

But, while it’s easy to tell yourself to stop with the comparisons, often it can be quite challenging putting it into practice!

So, I wanted to share some things to remember next time you find yourself comparing yourself to others…