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Know Your Worth; Own Your Life

1.Knowledge changes your mind.

2. Questions present opportunities to learn.

3. Choices always shows you some version of yourself.

4. Fear is nomenclature for negitivity.

5. Secrets aren’t really secrets. It’s just less common knowledge.

6. Today is always yesterday and tomorrow,… Depending on the direction you’re looking.

7. Ideas need to be conveyed in their correct word choices.

8. Light seeps through cracks so hope can restore you to keep going.

9. Healing oneself stops pain from infesting other lives.

10. Confidence and egotistism are separate concepts.

* 10 Goals for 2022 *

  • Eat healthier Walk 300 miles
  • Blog every other day (at least!)
  • Save more money by less frivolous spending
  • Not explain much to anybody
  • Super declutter my apartment
  • Better maintain my vehicle
  • Pay off my credit cards
  • Visit my brother
  • Go to the lake, at least 3 times
  • Take a 10 min self care, every day!

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Blogmas Day 23🎄⛪️🎄

Am interesting blog Nova. You are correct we will all have a ‘ vacant chair’ @ the dinner table on Christmas!

Know Your Worth; Own Your Life

Puzzle completed through the Jigsaw HD app.

I wanted to take a minute and remember 12 special angels this Christmas 🎄

Before I could get my head on straight in life, people I loved, passed away! Some of these people felt more like family than my own blood. Some of them I never met; but, our spirits were tenderly connected. Some of them made me feel a love that was wonderful. All of them are angels, some of my favorite yesterdays.

It’s ok to feel somber. It’s ok to feel a sense of slight sadness. We all have someone who’s chair will be empty. As long as we love them, their stories will be told. As long as memories float among us, their existence continues to be.

With much love and light,

Nova Namastè

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Have yourself a Merry SUPER-SIZED Christmas! (despite the eating disorder)

RECOVERING NOMAD

If you are going into the start of this Christmas with increasing anxiety and fear as it is another year of having to get through the ‘festive’ season with an eating disorder as your main companion then please trust me, I do know your pain.

I spent too many Christmases with an eating disorder that took any joy out of this time of year and made the whole season a time to be tolerated in a heightened state of anxiety and distress, rather than enjoyed.

BUT, if this describes your situation right now, it is very definitely not too late to make a quick attitude adjustment and make this year very different!

Too frequently when we hear eating disorders spoken of in relation to Christmas, it is with the advice to ‘plan what you can manage’ or make it not about the food… This well meaning advice is all well…

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