My home is my haven: an ode to woollen blankets, beeswax candles, glossy plants, locally-roasted coffee and home-baked cake. But I often forget that drawing my comfort zone too close can be cloyingly claustrophobic.
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At home, neighbours not withstanding, I have far more control and I choose to create a haven from toxic or unpleasent smells.
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Honouring my inflexible adherence to routines actually enables me to be more flexible when I need to be, not less.
“If I don’t actively carve out time to be inactive, I fall apart.”
Having this self-knowledge gives me autonomy, having the support to put it into practice gives me health and happiness.