Only when moving houses recently did I realise how much stuff I had. Yesterday, we did our first trip to the thrift shop (thanks, Mica, for the word). I wasn’t sure if they would want all of those things but they were so grateful. I asked: “so, can I bring more?” and was thrilled to hear: “please don’t stop”. It felt wonderful to let go.
I can’t not answer this question. Today I moved from the flat we’ve just sold to a rented flat in the same complex. It feels homier than what used to be my own.
To do all I can to stay in a positive high frequency so that the good just happens.
One day at a time
The habit of a morning walk
If my individuality feels safe, it is easier to do.
This is useful, Nelson. Thank you
It helped me too, thanks, Christine
Happy Birthday, dearest Anna! ❤️🎂
Michele, me too 😂 2nd time now with your comment, thanks
You are lucky to live in rainbowland, Pollyanna!
Thanks for the reminder… me too, loved the scene, such an artist
Anna! Thank you, my friend, for sharing these words from your dear dad, it warms my heart and I really like them!! 💕
Christine, your story is beautiful, thank you. I must listen to that song, needing some confidence at he moment 🙂
How beautiful, Sparrow. Thank you <3
Dusty Su, I have screenshot this letter for myself, I needed it, thanks.
Roger, I’ve heard that there is so much honesty in the conversations at the AA.
I appreciate your answers, Malag, this one is very much like what I couldn’t put into words, thank you.
Dear Pilgrim, thank you for sharing. I am moving and you remind me that I am fortunate to have the time and energy to take those actions.
I am experiencing the same, Sarah
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