“Some people see scars, and it is wounding they remember. To me they are proof of the fact that there is healing.” 

Battle scars.

These words hit me big time when I saw on the news recently about how women are trying to change the concept of beauty.

A scar is ugly but when you associate it with a time in your life where your courage and strength and character was put to test, then it becomes a beautiful.

Admit it or not, we have a very cruel notion of what beauty is.

We all get superficial but it's okay because it is the truth.

The truth is, no one can appreciate your personality or character in 30 seconds, but a beautiful face can get approval in split seconds.

And that split second does not even need you to open your mouth to say anything.

Battle scars are what women are now calling their stretch marks from pregnancy.

It is normal to have stretchmarks after a pregnancy because just as what the term connotes, visible marks of how your skin stretched from a size 24 to a size 36 or more during the course of our 9-month pregnancy.

On top of that, the skin is weighted down because of the weight of the baby inside.

It is called a battle scar because it is a reminder of the ordeals a woman goes through pregnancy and delivery of the baby.

My own tummy grew soo big on my last pregnancy, maybe because I was carrying a boy.

I ate a lot and would sneak out to buy 'halo-halo' from Razon's near Araneta Gateway Mall.

And so I was expecting to have monstrous stretch marks.

But thank goodness, God is good, He didn't give me something I can't handle. :)

I have another battle scar which is a cross between an embarrassing life experience and a life changing one.

I have been a cutter.

In the Urban Dictionary, a cutter is 'someone who cuts themselves to relieve themselves from emotional pain'.

It is not something to be advertised, and when someone cuts, they are generally ashamed and hides it very well.

Yes, I have been a cutter.

But I am glad that I am over that phase in my life.

I remember when I used to hide my cuts under a wrist band that I always wear and it became a part of my wardrobe.

I was even the subject of jokes comparing me to former Philippine President Joseph Estrada, who always wore a wrist band.

“In a perverse way, I was glad for the stitches, glad it would show, that there would be scars. What was the point in just being hurt on the inside? It should bloody well show.” 

“Scars have the strange power to remind us that our past is real.” 

I don't really remember the satisfaction I got from seeing blood from my cuts, but somehow it eases the emotional pain I was feeling.

Maybe I was just hungry for attention or I was really nuts at that time.

I call my cuts, my battle scars.

Simply because it is the visible manifestation of my actions when I was in my darkest hours.

I remember the guilt and the shame I felt after cutting.

And now, 3 years after my last cut and seeing the scars, I realized I never really wanted to die.

And then there are scars that we do not see.

The scars we have in our hearts after every painful situation we had.

And again for me, these scars are the most beautiful scars because they teach you so much about the realities of life.

“Scars fade with time. And the ones that never go away, well, they build character, maturity, caution.” 

We all have scars, battle scars.

 It is up to us if we want to remain scarred for the rest of our lives and drown ourselves in self-pity, or we can let the scars be the way they are.

Just scars.

Only a reminder of the life that we used to have.

“Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars.” 

And the scars that I have in my belly and in my wrists, is a beautiful thing because through those scars, I have seen life at its worst, and life at its best.

Through my scars, I've seen life taken away from me, my two miscarriages, and life given through me, my four children.

Jesus' scars are the most beautiful scars of all. By choosing to have those scars, mankind was save.

What scarred you?

Here are some quotes to ponder on about the scars life gives us.

“The wound is the place where the Light enters you.” 

― Rumi

“Children show scars like medals. Lovers use them as a secrets to reveal. A scar is what happens when the word is made flesh.” 

“Scars are but evidence of life," Coquette said. "Evidence of choices to be learned from...evidence of wounds...wounds inflicted of mistakes...wounds we choose to allow the healing of. We likewise choose to see them, that we may not make the same mistakes again.” 

“i like scars, they remind you of things” 

― Nirrimi Joy Hakanson

Keeping the faith,

Last week, over at the Blogger's Bazaar, where I finally get to meet two of the bloggers whose fashion blogs I follow, An Apple A Day and Tastes Like Coke, I felt so overwhelmed seeing and meeting them both. I mentioned before that I cannot write anything about fashion, because I am not so into fashion. Well, i tried, but my best would not be pleasing to the eyes of the others.Thus, the fascination over the two fashion blogs.

I can say that i was truly happy. One of those moments where I feel I was genuinely happy. I wish I could be that happy all the time.

I'd like to introduce my other blog, a more detailed blog into my own personal journey on finding true happiness, love and wisdom. The reason that I did not have this public is because I am not sure people would really want to know the juicy details of my adventures or journey. But since, I think that at some point there may be something valuable you can find or learn from my experience, I can probably share it and if you think that the all the gory details there is too hot for you to handle, or too desperate or whatever,then you can just skip visiting that site. It's just something I made in preparation for a book or an ebook that I am thinking of making. Wow! Am I setting my goals up so high? I don't know. As they say, only you know your limits.

So, I am proud to introduce to you to my other blog A Day in the Life of Anne and some of the posts I have written there.

Here are some of the excerpts of my posts:

A Letter for My Future Love: A Manifestation for Finding My Soulmate

"...Looking back, had our paths not crossed, I don’t know where life will have me at this very moment. Everything with you is a new experience, a new perspective of how life is more beautiful when you learn to trust that one day, everything will be alright.

You were never the kind of person that I would meet in my everyday life. Our paths crossed in a very unconventional manner, and so I would like to think that somehow, a force stronger than us, brought the two of us together. Destiny? Fate? Maybe...."

Day 1: Tapping Into Past Hurts and Beliefs

"...This is Day 1 of my Personal Development and Attracting Love Challenge. I wanted to this challenge not solely for manifesting lasting love but also to improve myself to be able to create more love and create harmony with the people I interact with. Join me in this journey and I know you will be able to get some points and tips that you can also use on yourself.

So, now I’m on my third day listening to the Art of Love Series Online which I am by the way enjoying. Initially, I joined the week-long webinar mostly for my personal development. But as I listened to the different webinars, I realized that there is so much wisdom to it that ought to be shared with other people who may be in the same situation as I am..."

"...One of the first steps to loving ourselves is to do the things that makes you feel good,pampered, relaxed and beautiful. And so as a part of the declaration I made about spending a “me time” weekly, I went to do the things that made me feel good. 

Shopping is another feel-good thing which we women will never get tired of.  No matter how much the amount of our purchase is, the more important factor is that we are happy with our loot. I just have to go the Blogger’s Bazaar, hosted by two fashion bloggers that I follow and are my favorites, An Apple A day by Apple Anido Alagon and Tastes Like Coke by Cocaine Young-Go.

Being a bazaar lover and one-time bazaar seller, I really could not really be stopped from going there. I finally got to meet them both in person and made a few chitchats.  I was able to buy something I liked, of course I can’t really wear most of their stuff, as I do not still have the confidence and guts to wear them, so I stick to a blouse and a bracelet. All in all, I was happy with my purchase, but would have loved to have more. Unfortunately, we had a bad power interruption, which caused the atms to go offline. I literally went to all banks and atm kiosks only to find out it was also offline..."

Maybe I am being shallow, saying that these are the things that make me happy. Of course, these aren't the only things. But these are things that most people take for granted because they have the luxury of time and the money to spend on it.

I do not wish to sound vain, superficial or feel like being somebody I am not. I just want to write and be honest about how I am feeling. I just hope that through the different blogs that I have, I would be able to contribute or help in the empowerment of women.

I always thought that when you become a mother or a wife for that matter, you should put your family's needs above or before yours always. Meaning, you have to take the backseat and you put your dreams for yourself on hold. I thought that dreaming for yourself was in a way being selfish. But someone made me realize that I was wrong.

I remember the blog post on Memoirs of a Domesticated MD I featured last year about the masks that we wear and I realized that this was true for me. For whatever purpose we wear masks, to protect our identity, our feelings or for other personal reason, time will come that someone will have to do the unmasking, either yourself or somebody else.

This week, I received an email from someone (I can't really say who it came from, so you have something to think about), which was an eye-opener for me and it should be a life changer should I believe everything about it and change for the best. "Someone" told me that ' you have negative beliefs about yourself which doesn't match reality' and that 'you have qualities, that are rare, but you yourself have to be aware of them (the exact words).

I didn't get what it meant at first,but when it all settled in, I cried my heart out because I realized it was true. The truth hurts. Always. But my being stubborn always shielded me from the truth because I do not always believe the obvious. I am skeptical.

So, I went for a walk, and listed 20 things that I am grateful for, 20 things that I can do well and made a list all things that worries me. I had a difficult time completing the 20 things that I can do well. But I will get there. Of course, I don't have to share this to anybody, but i just might, in my other blog.

Now, I have 6 self-help psychology audios to summarize. And maybe it is for another purpose, but I guess, it's more on for me to actually do the listening thing.

I am amazed at how transparent I can be to some people,  (maybe to those who studied Psychology) and that embarrasses me. A lot. I never thought that someone can see through what I was really feeling without me telling them. Except the readers of my blog which I can say have at least an idea of who I am and how I am feeling at the moment.

 I always try to mask everything with a smile that I put on my face. Truly the man who has the loudest laugh is usually the saddest or the loneliest.

The email reminded me not to forget that the most important person in life is "me". If I didn't take care of myself, who is going to take care of my kids? And again, with that reality slapped in my face, I admit that no one can really help myself but me.

Big time realization :  "Someone"  took off the mask I have worn for the longest time. And now I feel so vulnerable.


And so, as a part of my journey to finding true happiness and love, I have to start loving myself more. I have already taken the first steps on that before, but sometimes, when things do not go the way you want it to go,  you get derailed from your goal.

Beginning today, I declare that I am going to start loving myself more to receive more love from others. And so , today, Saturday, I declare that Saturday afternoons are reserved for "me" time. This would be my time to pamper myself, do whatever I want to do, on my own, or with some friends as long as the main goal is to break free from any routine that gets me tied down.
Photo: avantaudrey.wordpress.com

Yes, I started this Saturday habit today.. You can read about it here.

So, to cap it off, I have a favorite song that I want to share, it's quite an old song really, but the message doesn't age. In the past, I like to think that someone is singing this for me. But then lately, I realized that it will have a better meaning if I sing it and dedicate it to myself.

Here goes. Enjoy the song!

Lots of love,

Once in our lifetime, we get to the point of feeling uncertain in any aspect of our life, worse, in every aspect of it. I always use my being human as an excuse to feel negative about some things. But, I know I can’t blame it all on human nature because it is our soul or spirit that has to come above our human nature.

Seeing my kids at play really warms my heart and it reminds me how simple, worry and stress-free their lives are. Even when they are in a situation that is spirit-crushing for us adults, they use their playfulness to think of ways to entertain themselves and be happy.

My kids have been hospitalized lately on separate occasions, but what I have observed from them is that their spirits cannot be crushed even with the situation that they are in. The only problem they would have was when their activities started to bore them.  

Arashel in her hospital room trying to entertain herself by dancing and and asked me to take her photo.

Matt in the hospital room in his usual bored self, drawing Angry Birds. His drawings has improved a lot since then.

A child leads a very simple life in general. Only us, the parents, and how we orient them about life can make them change that simplicity into something that we ourselves embraced, like the high standards we set upon ourselves and the expectations we set upon them.

They taught me a lot about happiness.  I spent so much time listening and watching self-help videos and audios and all the time the answer to making me happier was just right in front of my very eyes.

My kids at play at the beach

Here are 3 things I learned from my kids:

1. Simplicity. They lead such simple life, often contented with being able to play, eat and sleep.
2. Low standards. They have me for a parent after all, right? As if they have a choice.
3. They expect nothing. Nothing that I can’t give them, anyway.

So, when life’s starting to get the best of you, which probably will at some point, all you have to do is look at the little children, and learn from them.

Today, I stumbled upon a blog that inspired me a lot. I was just going through some stuff on Facebook, when I saw a link to her blog, Thoughts. Stories.Life. Owned by @Sarah Centrella, a woman who have also journeyed through so much to achieve the things she is enjoying right now, I was so surprised at the uncanny resemblance of what she went through with my own experiences. And we also have blog posts that are somewhat similar in topics. I swear this is the first time I read her blogs.Goosebumps!

A screen capture of Thoughts. Stories.Life

On the brighter side, I am happy to know that someone out there shared almost the same experiences as I did. Makes me feel a little less lonelier. I think I am on the right track.

What I liked about her blog is that she is a living proof of The Secret's Law of Attraction, which I have been mentioning in my previous posts. Being visual also about your dreams helps a lot to manifest your dreams.

I have attended seminars and team building workshops which has the Dream Board or Vision Board -making activity, but I never really get to make one which I really needed to. I wasn't seriously believing that you can manifest anything through constant positive affirmations of what you want for the future.

After reading through Sarah's blog, it became clearer to me that indeed, what you put in your dream board, you have the power to manifest and make it a reality. So, believe it or not, I started making one.I cannot really perfect it since after I have saved the entire collage, I realized I forgot something. But, it's okay. It is really better and advisable that you make a physical dream board, something that you can see everyday, so you need to put it in a place where you can see it always.

This is where the Law of Proximity is true, as I have heard it from three different Life and love coaches, and our spiritual mentor, Bro. Bo Sanchez,the founder of the Light of Jesus, a Catholic Charismatic community.

You are influenced by the five people you get in close contact or interact everyday. These people will have the biggest influence in your life and the way you think about things. So, you might need to stay away from people who exude negative energy. This is also why good parenting is essential for kids to grow up as better persons.

Also, the first things you see in the morning and the last thought or last thing you see before you go to sleep creates a great impact in your life. Dream boards are perfect for practicing these theories. It would help a lot to put your dream board in a place where you can see it everyday.

Making the dream board somewhat gave me the feeling that I am on the right track. It made me feel good actually, because what I put there are the things that always gives me a happy feeling every time I think about them.

Here is a glimpse of my dream board. I will explain it in detail in my other blog.

It really doesn't matter how long it will take before your dreams manifest. What's more important is that you made the first step to making those dreams a reality.

So what things do you want to manifest in your life? This does not only apply to your love life, but to life in general.

Will I manifest these things on my board? Stay tuned!

Please leave your comments in the comments section. I will respond as long as it isn't spam. I always do. :)
My previous post was about me losing my purpose and losing myself in the things that I do now that I think doesn't serve my purpose anymore. I did talk to my heart and listened and it told me that when things go wrong for you and when you think you are losing your purpose, go back to the basics. In this case, I go back to my spirituality.

I can say that I finally had a breakthrough this morning. Not on my own, but with a help from the online seminar which I am attending. This seminar is a blessing to me. There are about 50 motivational speakers and love and life coaches. It's called the Art of Love Series, Attract Your Soulmate Now.

Desperate? Maybe. But I am not desperate for a new relationship, but desperate for finding true happiness. Oh well, maybe a bit desperate for love too. I got a new affirmation this morning that it's never too late to wish or to manifest your true love. The host of the seminar, Arielle Ford, was a first time bride at 44. Yes! And I thought I was too old to be thinking about something like this. Good thing I am not anywhere near that age , yet. Lol!

But something wonderful happened to me today. And it somehow eased my fears. And the only thing I can say now to my fears is , "So what?" " I still completely and profoundly accept myself even though I have all these fears."

If you have been reading my blog, you will notice that I've been writing so much about these stuff. My reason for attending the online seminar was just for my selfish reasons and vanity, but then as I listened to the speakers, there was a lot of wisdom there that is better shared than keep it for myself. I am not competing with anybody, because the other single girls are not doing anything about it.

I remember reading a book by Bro. Bo Sanchez, How to Find Your One True Love, in context, it says there that we should also do something on our part to find the man of our dreams than just praying for it. Prayers will get us nowhere if we do not couple it with work.  And it goes the same for finding love. We can focus all our energy and time praying for the one, yet doing nothing, we might as well end up alone in our golden years.

So I have decided to go on a journey, of finding true happiness, love, and wisdom which I will try to document as much as I can. Pardon me for being egoistic at this point, but i really want to share my journey with the rest of the world so they can find inspiration if they are put in the same situation as I am.

Before going on the journey, I have also decided to change a bit about the way I look, and how I carry myself in general.I used to dress up all the time when I was still working in an office, but since i started working in a home office, I have totally forgotten how it was like to dress up.

I need to change my appearance since I had the same old boring look for quite some time now. After listening and participating in a life-changing, mind-altering webinar by Carol Look this morning, I did something spontaneous I never really did thought a bout it. I chopped off my hair! Good thing it turned out great. I tried going to one of those not so famous salons because of the bad experience I had the last time I went to this 'popular' salon and the attendant did not forget to give me two bloody toes which i had to endure the pain for two weeks because of an ingrown left under my cuticles. Ouch!

And so I just wanted to steer clear of these types of salons wherein you pay quite a price so they give you free pain to endure.

Here are photos of before and after the chop. You decide which has more character and looks desireable. As if ! LoL! ( i can say anthing, this is my blog! ;))

Taken yesterday, before the EFT. I wear the same type of clothes everyday, tees and jeans.

After the EFT , chopped hair and a skirt. I want to dress up more.
( You just have to excuse the quality of these selfies taken from a very "high-tech" camera phone. Idon't have anybody to take my picture. And yes, I do need to lose weight now. :))

After listening to webinars and podcasts of life and love coaches including Marianne Williamson, Sonia Choquette, Matthew Hussey, Matt Boggs and Deepak Chopra among them, I found out that they are all talking about the same thing on how to attract your soulmate. And that is to 'being those qualities that you want to attract.'

It's actually more of like the Law of Attraction: you attract what you think of all the time. So if you want to attract those qualities in someone, you have to be those qualities first before the soulmate appears.

So maybe that's the reason why i keep on attracting the same type of guys.A male version of me. And worse, I think my face value has depreciated because of the type of people i am now possibly attracting. Hopefully there's someone out there from a different league that's attracted to me. Teehee!

You can now start to follow my documented pursuit for true happiness, love and wisdom by visiting my other blog A Day in the Life of Anne. It is a more detailed post on what really happened as to why i decided to make the big change and the life changing and mind altering technique called EFT (Emotional Freedom Therapy).  Here is Day 1: Tapping Into My Past Hurts and Beliefs.

The experts said that men are attracted to the femininity of women. So, do I still look feminine now that I have shorter hair? Or will I scare them away as usual?

We'll see.

"Only when you listen with both head and heart and listen to what you feel to be honest and true will you have a clear sense of complete sense of real direction in life."- Sonia Choquette

Very strong and inspiring words from an inspiring woman.

Today, I feel as empty as I was yesterday. Nothing much have really changed about how I feel about my life right now. I woke up this morning with still the same thought hanging in my head since the other night. Where am I heading to?

I feel lost. I am lost. I don't know where my real destination is right now. Both in my life and in my career.Once more, I am at a crossroad, and I still haven't decided on which path to take. One reply to what I did earlier that I am waiting for will eventually decide which road I will most definitely trudge on. And the suspense is killing me.

Doing that thing was the most difficult and heartbreaking thing I did in months.As difficult as it was for me to decide to do it, I have to  for the sake of preserving the respect or value I have for that particular thing. Sometimes we need to make bold moves to clear out any doubts we have in our hearts. Only then we will truly understand the reason why we were put in certain situations, for instance. Ready or not for the outcome, we just have to be thankful for the opportunity that came our way.

I learned that when you start feeling low, and start doubting your purpose, one of the things you can do is to listen to your spirit, or listen to your heart. The most effective way of listening to your spirit or the whispers of your heart is to put your hand over your heart and just be very still. Listen to the still small voice that tells you what to do.

So, here goes. I need to listen to my heart now. I close my eyes ,take a deep breath and then put my attention to my heart.

Am I just desperately seeking for love or attention? Is the love that my family and children showered me with still inadequate?  So desperate to cause some disturbances in my career and other aspect of my life? What is it that I really need? Why can't I have the best of both worlds, finding satisfaction in love and in my career.

I guess my love tank's running dry, near empty. I need to refill it asap or else my whole attitude towards life will change. But the question still hangs, will one male mortal be enough to fill the hollowness inside? Maybe , if he is the one.

I need prayers for my heart. It is quickly running empty of love. Yesterday, I requested for a prayer from my prayer warrior friends, asking that God enlighten and help in the discernment of one person who has to send me that one important email and possibly affect all decisions that I need to make in my life right now.

To close, I want to say a prayer for my heart.

"Dear God, You know everything that is in my heart and You know every little intention I have for which person's name you see etched in it. I truly desire to have a fulfilling relationship, in all aspect of my life where we interact. I pray that you help me guard my heart from feeling anything out of the ordinary for a woman like me for someone whose life I cannot even comprehend. Protect my heart from pain and hurt. It's been battered and torn, and I don't know how much of the stresses it can still take.

Only you dear God know what is good for me. I know that you have already planned everything for my heart. I will wait for the right person that you will send especially for me. And if you have already send  this person to me, help me to open up my heart to love once more and not to push it away. Help me see through the packaging and not judge this person by how you designed it for me.I know he is out there somewhere. Help me to finally find him and guard me from the temptations of temporary pleasures of the flesh that may derail me from my wish in finding real big love.

In Jesus' name I pray. Amen."

Soul mates.

Strong words for those who are in the quest for true love. 

What is a soulmate and how do you find the one?

Generally, soul mates need not to be romantically involved with each other. There are people whom you can consider your soul mate. But for me, personally, I would very much prefer if I will be spending the rest of my life with someone I consider my soul mate.

I do not really have too much knowledge about soul mates, so imagine my elation when i stumbled upon a video material of  Deepak Chopra, talking about attracting love and manifesting your soul mate. Being in the quest right now, I'd say that the material was a God-sent gift.

So, allow me to share what I learned about attracting love and soul mates from one of the greatest thinkers of our time, Deepak Chopra.

There are certain questions you need to answer in order for you to be able to define what a soul mate is.

Attracting your soul mate is not all about looking for the right person, but in becoming the right person. Knowing what kind of person you want to be and being those qualities will eventually manifest the soul mate and will  reflect those qualities. Every relationship is a mirror image of the other.

Many people find themselves incapable of loving or unlovable which leads to their inability to accept love. Basically, someone's incapability to be lovable dates back to childhood years. Society can be cruel. A lot of things have been said and done to him/her in their childhood years which can be detrimental to his/her personal growth.

What is the right mindset?
How do you define your true self?
Are you lovable?
Why can single people sometime find it difficult to attract love? 

Remember, you are not your story, but the author of your life story.Letting go of how you perceive yourself in the past will help a lot. Stop living that old story but instead write a new story for yourself.

The answers to the questions above, I learned from Deepak Chopra, and I have written it in my other blog. Please read my other blog A Day in the Life of Anne. It is a more personal account of my daily struggle, adventures and misadventures in the pursuit for true love, happiness and eventually gain wisdom.

Hope you'll like it.

After the festivities and hype of the past week, I once find myself alone again with my favorite companion..my laptop. I just realized that I have been missing out so much in life and love just because I chose to take a breather from everything else and concentrated on working my nights and days away. Sometimes being so focused on things that you don't get to enjoy can be tiring and it ends up frustrating and disappointing you more.

I've been grumpy the past week and again I can't seem to find the root of it all. And that wasn't because of the flu that got me tied down to my bed mostly last week. I woke up this morning feeling gloomy and maybe partly because I can't find my "happy pill". No, I'm not a pill-popping diva, I'm over that stage now, but I found a way to make myself happier each day. And I call that thing, my "happy pill". When I think about it or even just take a glimpse of it, I am instantly reminded of something that in one way or another lifts my mood. Talk about desperation. :) But now, I can't find it and I am a tad near the point of panic.

I'm tired of feeling down all the time. I'm tired of having to constantly put up with my mood swings. It might be difficult for you to understand me what I mean by my mood swing. How I wish it can only be described as switching from one emotion to another, but it's worse than that.But I guess, I can't really run away from this mood disorder so I might as well find ways to manage it.

And just as I thought I've been jinxed for bringing back negative people in my life, I found a ray of hope and I started writing. I made a list of things I like or would very much like to do. Doing things that you love will definitely lift up your spirits.I want to call it Ways to Lift My Spirit. And I intend to follow this list to the best I can.

1. I like to have leisure walks with a loved one.
2. When I leave work, it means I leave work. 
3. Sometimes, I won't take any work-related or club-related calls or emails during evening or on weekends.              
     I intend to do this all the time.
4. Girls night out. Wish I could have more of this.
5. Story-telling instead of watching television. (I don't know how much of this my kids will enjoy)
6. Manicure and pedicure. Better yet, a foot spa massage.
7. I'll start not taking phone calls during dinner and try to enjoy my food more.
8. Writing a long letter or in this modern times, long emails. (To whom shall I address it? I want to spare my
boss from this.He is usually the recipient of my long emails, work-related and some personal things that I am asked. I just don't know how much of it he really reads. He said, "I still read your emails, I'm just too busy to reply." LOL! ) Here's a long letter I started writing: A Love Letter for My Future Love: A Manifestation for Finding My Soulmate.
9. Do something creative with my hands. (I have totally forgotten about this, I used to do beadwork.)
10. Leisure bubble bath while reading my favorite magazine. (My favorite!)

Oh well, just writing and imagining about this is starting to lift up my mood. Can't wait to try them all.
You too can try writing down whatever it is that will uplift your mood every time you feel so low. The things I wrote above are just examples of what I love to do and would have the freedom to do. 

These are my happy pills. What's yours?


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