A Week In My Head

A Week in My Head is some kind of journal of all the things that went on in my head the past week. Be it succes, struggle or just some random ramblings. I know it doesn’t replace professional counselling, but this is my kind of therapy – talking it out of myself in this way. Join me if you want and feel free to share your experiences. I’m sure we can learn from each other and A Week in My Head will be a less lonely time.

The entries so far:

Date
Summary
January 5th: Entry 1 The 1st entry in my new online #mentalhealth journal. This one is mostly an introduction and a show off of my new #bulletjournal.
January 12th: Entry 2 In which I talk about why I’m feeling like an outsider most of the time.
January 19th: Entry 3 In which I focus on all the positive things that happened this week which helped me get through the shit days.
January 26th: Entry 4 In which I talk about some of my personal goals for the year, including moving more, travelling (friends!) and #music! No pandas this time, sorry.
February 9th: Entry 5 In which I talk about past, present and upcoming birthdays. Mostly mine, but for the first time I give a glimpse into my blog anniversary plans!
February 23rd: Entry 6 In which I talk about some of the things that are happening at the moment. Also about my found family and online friendships which means the world to me.
March 1st: Entry 7 In which I talk about ALL the decisions I was facing this week. There was a lot. Seems like EVERYTHING just came together. Ugh.
March 8th: Entry 8 In which I talk about some of the insecurities I faced this week along with some good moments. I had a bit of a roller-coaster week emotionally. Excitement and disappointment went hand in hand.
March 29th: Entry 9 In which I focus on the little things that brought me joy this past week instead of the negative things. Including a lot of We Bare Bears gifs, because that’s my new addiction.

 

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