Birthday Prologues

Be happy on purpose.
Go outside.
Read a book.
Call a friend.
Write in a journal.
Drink water.
Eat good food.
Learn something new.
Express gratitude.
Chase the sun.
Create magic.

Be proud of how far you have come.
Sure, you might have more to heal, more to accept, more to learn. But take a moment today to remember the stroms you have survived and the mountains you have overcome.

It’s easy to lose sight of that when you’re constantly looking towards the next thing – when you’re ticking your goals off like a to-do list.

Take a moment today to remember where you were and where you are now. You have grown. You have fought battles, some silent and some loud, and you won.

Be proud of how far you have come. Settle into that feeling. Take a moment today and be proud of yourself.

It’s the little things.

The first cup of coffee in the morning.
The warmth of the sun as it soaks into your skin.
The kindness of a stranger.
The laughter of a friend.
The leaves falling.
The birds chirping.
The ocean crashing.
The lone wildflower blooming in a sea of concrete.
The billions of stars that pepper the night sky.
The bunny shaped cloud shiftly floating past.
The moon shining no matter what phase she’s in.
The music that seeps into your soul.
The books you can’t put down.
The days that feel too good to be true and the nights you pray will last forever.


All above writeups are from a girl with a little magic : Australian blogger Alysha Waghorn and I am so happy that I stumbled uopn these at this time of the year. These are the best gift for me from me on my birthday tomorrow.

It’s been almost one and half years and here I am starting this lovely blog again on my birthday…

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