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🎅 Family - This is a good time to get together with the people you love, whether this is your biological family or your chosen family. Also, don't feel pressured into spending time with people who do make you feel good, even if they're 'family'. 🎅 Self-forgiveness - If you don't have the money or … Continue reading Holiday Presents to Gift Yourself This Year
Change is good, but it doesn’t always feel good. Right now you might be looking to the new decade as a chance to make the changes to your life that you’ve been waiting to make - or, you might be looking back at all the changes you wanted to make in the last decade and … Continue reading The Golden Window of Change
This week has been hard. I had some 'proper' content lined up and was going to push through with it last night but then I nearly fell asleep on my office floor, so I decided to listen to what my body was telling me. I need a break and some comfort, but I didn't want … Continue reading Katy’s Squash Surprise
This is heavily adapted from a piece I previously published at Dirge Magazine, October 2016. I brought back what I thought would be needed, took out anything that was dated, and added a few new things that might be helpful. Image description: Late-Summer flowers poking through a graveyard gate. Finding beautiful things in weird, 'dark', … Continue reading Finding Your Darklight: Tips for Managing Darkling Depression
I'm Tired We're over halfway through the year and, honestly, I'm exhausted. This year has been full-on and it's been one of the best of my life, but I'm also struggling to keep a balance between working hard and taking care of myself. Sometimes you have to spend lots of energy to do restorative activities, … Continue reading I’m Tired (Here’s Why)
There's no big blog post this Saturday because I'm taking some time off to rest and celebrate this weekend. I'd usually feel bad about this, but it's been such a busy end of December for me and mine - plus, feeling frantic about rest periods is something I'm gently trying to unlearn. Both of my … Continue reading Rest