I was in my 20s and suddenly found myself single after long years of being in back to back relationships.
I thought this can't go on for long, right? I'll find someone else quickly.
6 month went by. Then a year. Then 2.
I got desperate. I felt I was getting older and it's getting so much harder to meet someone. That evil thought of calling my ex popped up in my mind every now and then but I resisted.
I was trying to find out what was wrong with me. Got new shoes. New haircut. New clothes. New party outfit. New handbag.
I did. Not. Get. Any. Attention.
So I started to think that something must be seriously wrong with ME!
Then, on my space psychology class the teacher shared a story and I took the message onboard. It was simple, yet it never occurred to me before: if you want to leave the past behind then clear it out from your home. If you dream of a new future with something extra in it, that currently you don't have, make space for it. 💥
BAM! This hit me hard when I arrived home as there was a tone of stuff from my ex boyfriends around me. I was wearing jewellery I got from them, I had pictures from our holidays on my walls and I had all sorts of objects on my desk, all reminding me of the past, that made me miserable and worthless.
I cleared it all out. It was probably one of the hardest things I've ever done. Packing up 8 years of my life. I knew I wanted the new, but I had no idea what was waiting for me.
It only took me 4 months afterwards to find the love of my life for whom I am grateful for. (Thank you Universe! You rock!)
The subconscious is a powerful thing and it's worth taking a loot what is programmed into it. And eliminate negative messages and re-program positive vibes only.
Sounds familiar? Could this be your story? Go, declutter! If I could I do it, you can too! Join my 3 day challenge for some guidance and hand holding @erikainteriors. Link in bio!
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