I managed to pass my first 100 days and I'm still here. Given up day job and am moving onto pastures new. Or in my case, Nottingham. In the process of selling my house (and it's going smoothly). Scared? Check. Determined to see things through despite said scardy catiness? Check. Still trying to sort life out, but getting there one bit at a time. Still being blogging here, but decided I ought to make season 2 official. Looking at going back to university. Returning to teaching and writing. Working at home (wherever in Nottingham that turns out to be). Manifesting new opportunities, sources of income and friends.
July 31, 2010
Intentions & Goals:
This time around? Well last season 1 taught me about what I wasn't prepared to do. Hence quitting job. To a certain extent I learnt about who I was, but that's shifting again and it's still a work in progress. So goals for this next 100 days...
The sale of my flat is going through successfully and I am receiving the full asking price.
Stop being such a disbelieving Annie and know that all things are possible.
I'm writing two books. Ensure that at least one is sent to a publisher before hundred days is up. Then second one will go to a publisher before season 3 is up.
Of they will love it and want to publish it.
Work on manifesting lover more intensely into my life. I have a strong hunch that I'll find him in Nottingham.
Pass driving test and buy a little zoomer.
Find teaching and writing work that will bring in a good, comfortable income.
Acting 'as if.' If I don't like that self, I'll simply be someone else.
Stop running away from my financial woes and square up to them. This terrifies me more than anything else. Know that I live in an abundant universe and that once I've taken that first step to sorting things out, people will be sympathetic and willing to work with me.
Know that money is coming to me. It doesn't matter if I don't know where from. It's coming. My angel cards keep telling me this.
Stop adopting a poverty attitude.
Give myself credit - I'm leaving a job with not a lot of money and job possiblities but nothing concrete. It feels right, so I'm dong it. That has to denote some bravery, or balls, yeah?
Start keeping a gratitude journal again.
Wear red lipstick more often.
Find a motto that I can live by.
Be present in the moment. Stop tormenting myself with things that will probably never happen.
Important; aside from moving to Nottingham if I don't get anything else out of this next season, it's to learn to love myself.
Develop my spiritual beliefs more.
Know that I'm protected and loved, always.
Lose three stone before Christmas; stop eating like an eight year old and feed my body right.
Find a form of exercise that suits me.
Down size. One of the things that I'm looking forward to most about moving is finding a new place and starting from scratch. I can lose a lot of crap literally. I'm thinking thrift shops and simplicity - which does not equal boring.
The chance to shed my skin and transform.
Vision Board, Blogging, Journaling, Gratitude Journal, Reading, Fitness, Meditation, Affirmations, Creating intentions, Take 100% responsibility for my life
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And I have to say that it works. I write down what I want to happen at the beginning of each day, starting each sentence with, 'I'm so happy and grateful that...' I've actually ordered up a buyer for my flat doing this,… Continue
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So I've been looking for work. And I'm not the most of patient of people. I've been trying to affirm that work is out… Continue
Hey Annie! Wow am so glad you're enjoying the anger book - god bless amazon and their super fast delivery system :-) It shook me up too, its very thought provoking. It made me really think about my relationships! Although I found it uncomfortable at first to realise the role I was playing in my dynamics ultimately I was glad to find out I could change it. I also like books like that with examples because I'm nosy and I like gossip basically. Hope you're feelin better! Love Claudia
Hi Annie! Thank you for the lovely comment you left for me, sorry it took me so long to respond but I went to Glastonbury for a week with my partner and cat.:-)
You have been through one helluva ride- I hope you are feeling well today. Decluttering is a good idea, it frees up lots of stagnant energy- if you feel crap apparantly it helps to target any low-lying clutter on the floor, get that up first. Probably traps the lowest energies.
Am thinking of you and sending you love and Goddess blessings (from Glastonbury. OK I'm not there now but I'd like to be! Have you ever been to the Chalice Well? Amazing.)
Blessed be Claudia x