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Dear People,

Today I'm writing some EFT sentences to help with moving on. We all have situations that haven't resolved the way we wanted to. That we feel were unfair or hurtful or that the other person didn't receive the punishment that they should have had. However, if we don't move on, we will leave a bit of ourselves in the past, while we need all of ourselves in the present.

So start reclaiming yourself by choosing to move on.
Moving on from anger
Even though I'm still upset about X, I choose to move on
Even though I'm still angry at Y, I choose to move on
Even though I want to hold on to my anger, I choose to move on 
Even though I want X to hurt, I choose to move on
Even though I wanted Y to happen, I choose to move on
Even though I'm angry that I didn't get what I wanted, I choose to move on
Even though I'm angry at how unfair it was, I choose to move on

Moving on from loss
Even though I want to hold on to Y, I choose to move on
Even though I want to hold on to Y, I know something better awaits me
Even though I want to hold on to Y, I deserve to be in the present
Even though I want to hold on to my old job, I choose to move on
Even though I want to hold on to my old lover, I choose to move on
Even though I want to hold on to my old house, I choose to move on
Even though I want to hold on to the old me, I choose to transform and move on
Even though I want to hold on to Y who passed away, I choose to carry them with me into the future

Moving on from guilt
Even though I still feel guilty, I choose to move on
Even though I still feel guilty, I forgive myself
Even though I still feel guilty, I deserve to be in the present
Even though I feel it's too late to make amends, I choose to move on
Even though I feel I can't solve the situation, I forgive myself and move on
Even though I feel I was really bad, I choose to move on
Even though I feel I need to suffer, I forgive myself and move on

Moving on from expectations 
Even though I expected things to go differently, I choose to move on
Even though I wanted things to go differently, I choose to move on
Even though things weren't perfect, I choose to move on
Even though the situation wasn't perfect, I choose to move on
Even though I wasn't perfect, I choose to move on
Even though I expected I could do X, I choose to move on
Event though I expected I would do X, I choose to move on

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Dear People,

One of the questions I often get asked around this time of year is why I take the whole or usually at least 4 weeks off in December. I've been working in my own business for 10 years now and I think I've taken at least 5 Decembers off so far. The answer is a bit long, so it's nice to write it all down for once.

Family Time
It's normal for a lot of people to have family time in December, with Christmas and New Years around the corner. I can't prepare sessions, have sessions, be available for aftercare, take care of the administration and be able to enjoy time with family. I often work longer hours then just 40 a week, so to create some lovely Christmas dinners and to be present with them, I can't have active sessions. So even if I didn't close down the practice for the whole of December, I wouldn't work Christmas week in any case, since I'm responsible for the after care. Most of the after care is done around 2 days after sessions, when energy can still fluctuate.

Vacation
Since I don't have kids that go to school, often we take the opportunity to leave for holidays abroad during times when it's off season and cheaper. I often don't close the practice down during the summer holidays, so we have gone on vacation around December. I love Christmas markets, but also winter sun. So we've been on many December holidays, mostly around the Canary Island (25 Celsius is wonderful!) and the beginning of December is often very reasonably priced.

Clean up time
When I close down the practice for the year for active sessions, I can then make time to do some 'ending things'. I always clean out the practice completely. I now make time to shop for necessary items and install them in the practice (or at home!). So December often sees me buying new phones or computer stuff, as well as chairs or other items. I throw out old paperwork and catch up on paperwork I didn't finish during busy weeks.

While other people love spring cleaning, I'm a December cleaning kind of person. I love starting the year clean and while I don't hold the superstition that unfinished business won't ever be finished, it's wonderful to finish up some loose ends and have some free time to do so.

New beginnings

December, as the end of the year, has a natural reflective energy for me. So I often start brainstorming on new ideas that I want to implement starting the new year. I have some talks with the paper to see how I want to advertise that year. I make a sort of 'year schedule' to see what workshops I want to host and what my goals are for the new year.

Usually this kind of information is very 'loose' as I might change things during the year, but it helps to see what matters to me.

So now you all know what I'm doing in my 'winter break' and why I don't have a summer one!

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