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Happy New Moon in Aquarius and Lunar New Year~

I hope everyone is doing well and a happy Lunar New Year to you! Time is certainly flying. For those that celebrate the Lunar New Year, I hope you had a blast! There's been a bit of a sleepy mood here as of late, and some extra drama, but overall, it's been more or less "business as usual." It was a week full of babysitting/tutoring, pet sitting, writing, hanging out with Tsuki, art, and anime. I did end up helping my friends with some things (like keeping their sanity), and there was a bit of chaos with family and the Super Bowl. Otherwise, it wasn't too bad. If you want to learn more about the recent new moon in Aquarius, feel free to check out the videos below:

I startled myself awake at one point Monday morning; not sure why. Details are quite hazy, and dream recall was just as fuzzy. Otherwise, the morning was fine, though. For the first time in a while, I could actually recall details from my dream when I woke up Tuesday morning. I think I had been at the local park, but it sort of seemed to be like a school gathering of some sort. Someone in some form of leadership/authority started corralling us out and away from the park. Some important person/being seemed to be on their way; could have been some kind of world leader, but it gave off the vibe of being like a deity. There seemed to be some weird vibes about it. The leader/authority figure tried to get us to go one way, insisting how important it was since the person/being was showing up. I had the impulse to go the other way, though, with some of the others. The leader/authority figure was kinda lowkey threatening us, promising that we'd regret it. It started to drizzle, and I got the intuitive nudging that we should not be outside, as if something bad would happen in whoever/whatever that leader/authority figure was waiting for happened to spot us. We ended up heading to one of the others' houses (they seemed to be some of the people I went to elementary school with). The guy named Oscar was gonna let us into his house, but he first had to like fight and cut down these lively thorny vines. I think we ended up getting inside, but that's all I could remember.

Dream recall was rather fuzzy when I woke up Wednesday morning. The bit I could recalled involved extended family somehow and then as a result, I somehow came into a considerable amount of money. Not sure exactly how or why or how much, just that it's a thing. That's all I could remember once in the waking world, too. Thursday and Friday mornings weren't any better; dream recall was a complete blur, and it was tempting to go back to sleep. I got to sleep in on Saturday, which was great, and I could also remember a bit from my dream. There was something about these two beings that were basically torsos with heads (not sure if they were born that way or what). They ended up getting swept out to sea and trying to stick together. The one offered an apple to share between the two, and sharks were lurking about. Details got fuzzy. I think there was transitioning of dreams, but not entirely certain. There seemed to be some kind of battle or something and some sort of travel, but that's all I could remember once awake. I was able to sleep in again today, which was quite nice. Dream recall was a complete blur, though.

The boys had a fairly normal week, although they're excited for next weekend because it's a long-weekend. They'll be hanging out with their friends this weekend for Super Bowl. Otherwise, they had fun discussing video games, Disney, anime, and memes. The younger brother was telling me about how his friend had created "innovative" muffins in cooking class. How were they innovative? Apparently, they were spherical and tasted only like flour and blueberries. Not what I would recommend, but to each their own. He also made up some story about becoming a necromancer and all of the requirements to do so; apparently you need to read a special book that's created when a necromancer dies.

Tsuki was her typical adorable self. She enjoyed plenty of cat naps and wild antics. Tsuki spent plenty of time on the back of the couch, her favorite chair, sprawled out by the space heater, and lounging in her cat tunnel. She had fun on the porch when it got a bit warm and had a blast birdwatching from her window shelf. It was a pretty chill week, all in all, and she had a good time (excluding when people came over today to watch the Super Bowl--she was happy to hang out with me, though).

I even got my new snail badge! That was super exciting! I was a bit disappointed in how long it was taking my snail to arrive, but it's finally here!

Artwork for the week included:

This week I created more new content for Creativity Chronicles, so feel free to check out the newest content!


New Creativity Chronicles' articles included:

Life can be quite the challenge at times. It will have its highs and lows, ebbs and flows. Some days might feel absolutely impossible with crushing weights of deep, intense emotions. It might feel completely unbearable and like "you shouldn't feel this way." You're human, though; you're allowed to have your feelings because humans have emotions. Remember to take time to breathe. It's okay to not have all the answers. It's okay to feel lost. It's okay to be unsure of how to proceed. All any of us can do is our best. Some days that might look like climbing mountains, and other days that might look like barely being able to crawl our way out of bed. The most important thing is that you're here. You matter. You're important, and you add value to the world, even if it doesn't feel like it right now. Take things step by step. Each step will add towards your progress. Wonderful surprises might be waiting for you around the corner. Be gentle with yourself and allow yourself to go at your own pace. Your journey and timing are uniquely your own, so you don't need to get caught up in comparisons to others. There are things that only you can do. Sure, you might have areas of challenge and areas for growth, but you also have areas of strength and skill, too! So, while it's important to always strive for improvement and your best, you don't have to push yourself so hard--you don't have to "power through" to the point where you break and burnout. It's okay to take your time rather than rush. It's important to practice self-care and to be kind and compassionate towards yourself. The world is better with you in it, so cut yourself some slack and allow yourself to be human. Have a wonderful rest of your weekend, you lovely souls!

Food for thought for the week:

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