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Tuesday
Jun122012

From Misery to Happiness

It's a challenge when you feel blue to move towards a happy space, cause it takes energy that is often hard to find when you are down.

I'm living in a very cold place, in more ways that one right now. And I found myself spiralling into the blues.

I started looking at flights to Cairns today for a quick-fix get away attempt!

Today, this is what I did to shift and feel better!

(In chronological order)

[current mood] Crackling, Burning Firewood & Eton Mess

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Reader Comments (2)

very good advice for anyone in the early stages before the blues get to full blown depression and the illustrations are pretty neat too! Are you thinking of making them into a book?
June 13, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterjennifer rodriguez
That's very sweet Jennifer. I think you are right about the early stages... I imagine it's near-impossible to do positive things for yourself if you are drowning in depression. However I suppose one small step can lead to the next and so on... staring at the sun or buying rainbows isn't as hard as making cake or having friends over!
A book is a fine idea, maybe one day I'll collate all my stuff ;-) x
June 13, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterNatalija
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