October was the month to not be lazy, to re-energise and to get out.
Going out, every day, at least once, regardless of plans or mood. Check.
October was a complete success, likely due to my silence on the matter. I had not mentioned it to anyone, I had just got on and slotted it into my life as though it was a necessity – which it very certainly was!
Let us celebrate, for small achievements!
For May – I found that I wanted to become less self-confined and eat at least one main meal at the kitchen table (with or without others).
This has been a hard habit to break and although I started off well and was eating 2 meals a day in my shared kitchen, I have since reduced it to 1 meal a day.
I have a sense of disappointment in myself for not sitting at the table. What difference does it make if I sit at the kitchen table or the desk in my room…? My anxiety says it makes a big difference.
This month I remind myself that even small changes make a difference and that I am still eating in the shared kitchen – even if it is only briefly.
Almost halfway through the year now. Crazy how that happens!