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Weekly Log #16: Turning Negative into Positive

My weekly ritual for looking at my the week that was.

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Late logging due to life.

This week was strange, to put it mildly. Big events and big shakings of everyday life.
And lots of hanging out with new people.

I went to a yoga-type course.

Let’s log.

  • Drama at the day j-o-b. I’ve had enough. I’ve closed an “energetic” door. I need a new day j-o-b. A breath for patience.
  • No money made this week. Another breath for peace and patience.
  • Choosing to move away from drama and stress and into health and wellness. Turning a negative into a positive. Challenging.
  • Meeting new people. 5 days of new people, interacting and more interacting with people. Seriously challenging to this Highly Sensitive introvert.
  • Learning super powerful breathing technique that flushes all the dramas, whoosh! A breath for… breaths.
  • 5 days of living in community. Yay for community.
  • Lots of delicious food. Yay for yummyness.
  • No coffee for 5 days! Oh, the horror!!! Today’s coffee was extra delicious.

Moments of Insight

“You are the best thing that never happened to me”

Silent retreating the rest.

Things of Considerable Worth (Un-missables!)

In this post, she lists all the emotions that are labelled “negative” and it’s eye-opening to see just how many emotions we are not supposed to have.
And she debunks the whole myth / misconception that there’s such a thing as “negative” emotions.


And here’s a bonus quote from her book, “The Language of Emotions”

“…stress is not an emotion (…) it’s a term from the world of physics and engineering (…) Interestingly, this word that refers to things -to inanimate objects- has found its way to our emotional vocabulary.”

How eye-opening is that!!!


One most excellent log, if I say so myself.

Cool beans :)

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