Many of us spend hour upon hour wrestling with our ‘enoughness’. Weighing up whether we’re clever enough, a good enough cook, charitable enough, rich enough, kind enough, quiet enough, loud enough or enough enough.
Worrying about our ‘enough-ness’ often stops us from applying to jobs, making art, writing books, talking to new people, sharing our ideas, going to new places, wearing the clothes we like, and living the life that we want to live.
We’ve had quite enough of these enoughs.
When the ‘enough-ness gremlin’ starts whispering in our ear, it can be hard to tell it to shush, especially if we’re feeling rubbish. That’s where these cards come in.
Stick them on your kitchen cupboards for a morning pick-me-up, hide them in your sibling’s school stuff for them to find when self-doubt creeps in, or keep them in your laptop case to provide a much needed boost at work.
As one of our cards says: “If you want to improve your self-worth, stop giving other people the calculator’ – Tim Fargo