december self-care share


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study playlist

finding the right vibe when I’m trying to get work done is important so I made a study playlist to help you get into the study groove.

podcasts on stress management

this are from my pubic channel, but I feel they can be helpful for stress management so I put them all in one place for you.

self-care oracle

It’s super easy during finals to not prioritize self-care, but it’s also the quickest way to burn yourself out. Use this mini oracle to help your intuition tell you what you need. Take a screen shot of the video or stop it randomly and whatever number you receive is your number. Take a look at the corresponding message for your self-care!

  1. sleep: prioritize rest today. early to bed!
  2. move your body: when stress and anxiety build, it can feel really good to physically move.  put on your favorite song and dance around or go take a walk outside.
  3. community: spend time with people! go to a study group or ask someone to catch up. this message is the opposite of isolation.
  4. meditate: this can be hard to do when you have a ton going on, but it’s when you need it the most! check out meditation for stress in the meditation section!

The 13 Holy Nights

This is a ritual I learned from Christiane Northrup to help set the tone for the year to come. It’s originally from someone called LaYah and it begins at sunset on December 24th and ends at sunset on January 6th. December is the darkest time of the year and a great time to consciously tune into your intuition.

For the 13 Holy Nights Ritual, you may want to use:

– 13 candles
– journal
– affirmation cards

The 13 Holy Nights ritual begins by lighting a candle at sunset on Christmas Eve, December 24th. The First Holy Night symbolizes the direction of your entire year after that each day represents a month of the year:

December 24: The whole year

December 25: January

December 26: February

December 27: March

December 28: April

December 29: May

December 30: June

December 31: July

January 1: August

January 2: September

January 3: October

January 4: November

January 5: December

Each evening use tarot, affirmation cards, angel cards, oracle cards, whatever you have around to  to pick the card that feels “right”.  Journal down whatever card you get and what you feel like it means. You can also write down any significant thoughts, events, and dreams that occur from one day to the next. Do this for the 13 nights and at the end of the ritual you’ll have a little guidance map for the year.