Manchester, UK

Bitesize Wonders 02

Rachy Lewis
Rachy Lewis

It feels like the week flashed before my eyes and I’m already here once again ready to share with you my little big joys in the past few days.

There are weeks that are a lot to handle. Mondays that throw you in the eye of a storm and have you praying for the weekend in a chant-like manner. The week I had was everything but that.
I was rather relaxed and the hours at work flew by too thanks to the January stillness keeping clients in blissful hibernation. I got to tick some things off my to-do list, enjoy guilt-free takeouts and impromptu shopping sprees whilst passing through the city centre.

Something that has been keeping me going these days is the fact that I’ve so far been successfully keeping up with my goals and intentions for 2022.
Whilst I don’t necessarily regret it, being someone who used to be vocally anti-new-big-plans every single new year, I can’t help but wonder how adopting the current attitude I have would have positively influenced my mental health and happiness… Now, of course, it’s too early to tell for how long I’ll be able to keep this up, I mean, we are still very much in the genesis of the new year, but I feel as though I’m on to something. Having a clear direction of where I want to go and what I want to be doing has really given me the drive to actually put things into motion, both big and small.

As you know, this year I’ve decided to practise gratitude intentionally and often in an attempt to shake off the negativity that was building a fortress in me for so long. I’m on a mission to regularly catch moments of pure magic and trap them on a page. It’s been quite something, stopping to notice the little big things making me even an ounce of happy on a day-to-day basis. Today also, it excites me to share with you my Bitesize Wonders.

Have a lovely week filled with Bitesize Wonders! x

Your restless romantic roamer

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