You’ll be eager to shake up some old routines in order to create a greater sense of freedom and independence for yourself. And you ought to be ready to make a few fresh starts in a variety of different areas…
Old routines, old routines… I think this must have something to do with pay day (this week) and my boss paying my expenses (£400) — what I mean is I need to break old routines by buying new clothes. This, in itself, is an old routine. Around this time every year I feel the need to rejuvenate my wardrobe. Sick of winter, bored of my leather boots (never thought I’d see the day but 18 months later here we are!), and aching for a lighter jacket than my parka.
Maybe this means a bit more than buying new clothes. Maybe it means changing the way I relate to myself, the way I get things done. I tell you what, I am up for that! Because the way I relate to myself, well, is “urgh I’m tired, another 10 minutes snooze won’t hurt” (literally and metaphorically), and the way I get things done is, unless its something on which the rabbit’s wellbeing relies, I don’t get things done.
…including the way that you relate to many of the key people in your life.
Er… myself? Maybe this means family. Yes, ok, we’ll go with family. I won’t go into the details but this could be a really positive step.
You’re bound to be feeling a little restless and adventurous, and you really ought to be ready for new experiences of any kind today.
Well, today is over and I’m exhausted, but restless, check, adventurous… not really check. This must be referring to the sewing machine still sat on the carpet in my new room. I don’t have a table, but when I GET a table, and a little chair, then yes I will go on adventures of the stay-indoors-and-sew variety. Watch this space. This may soon turn into a crafts blog or sprout a crafty sister blog.
Many things could be starting to change for you at this time. You should be coming on a lot stronger than usual at the moment, and you’ll be eager to find some new ways of expressing your own unique personality today. Mantra: Opportunity.
Bring it on. I’m ready. Well, I will be once I’ve saved up to get my hair done- its a seriously embarrassing MESS. And buy new glasses. And the aforementioned wardrobe spruce.
Jeez. It seems that three months of full time work and paying rent has really beaten me down into a pulp. I’ll write again soon with something a bit more spirited!!