Letting Things Go & Starting a Ritual

I’m a complete sucker for a ritual, I think it really helps to put a full stop in things. Though I know you can’t just wipe your mind, but it gives you a good start point!

IMG_7795I spent a lot of time thinking about the things I needed to let go and the bad habits I’ve picked up. I don’t mind sharing my things that I wrote, I went and did the ritual with a friend it was such a lovely thing to share!

– The lonely place I go when people cancel on me – so this one is a bit difficult because to cope with my anxiety I started to plan rigidly my day, every moment planned so I always had a distraction plan. This backfired slightly because I lost my flexibility, completely. When a person cancelled plans it would send me into the really lonely place, it was…

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