March 21 | April 19
Motivation’s hard / (Mars is still in retrograde). / Keep a tight schedule.
Make a brand new friend! / Do socially distant meals. / Tell them your secrets.
April 20 | May 20
Buy yourself flowers! / We all know that you’re worth it. / Self-care is a skill.
Naps are REALLY good. / Listen to your dreams at night. / Don’t be late to class.
May 21 | June 20
Say no to drama. / You can’t solve all the issues! / Give yourself a break.
Think inward this week. / How can you improve yourself? / Even small things count!
June 21 | July 22
Chase the things you want, / provided you understand / just what that could mean.
Family’s everything / (Not just biological! / Air hug your best friends.)
July 23 | August 22
You want a big love, / but small things can be just as / beautiful––nay, more.
Take care of your brain: / Crossword puzzles, word searches… / I’m a puzzle fan.
August 23 | September 22
Logic is your friend, / but you can’t rationalize / everything away.
Take some slow, deep breaths. / Eat some bread and then maybe / it will calm you down.
September 23 | October 22
Nostalgia is great, / but you can’t repeat the past. / Time just goes forward.
Know your own power: / The squirrel outside my window / is chirping SO loud.
October 23 | November 21
Write up to-do lists / for things you want done long-term. / Take some vitamins.
In times of great stress, / walk to a secluded spot / and SCREAM to the void.
November 22 | December 21
This week, your thoughts race. / Take the time to understand / what you really think.
Use your creative / mind to your advantage. Make / something super weird.
December 22 | January 19
Things are kind of bad / right now. You know what’s good, though? / Pasta. Just…pasta.
Document all the / small, beautiful things in a / day: the clouds, the trees…
January 20 | February 18
Honesty is key, / especially with yourself. / Lying is no fun!
Ground yourself today. / Sit and breathe among nature; / let your worries go.
February 19 | March 20
Sit down with yourself. / Have a good conversation. / How are you doing?
Cooking is a form / of a real, deep kind of love. / Make yourself ramen.