Declutter With Me before 2020 | Mental Health Recovery | Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD)

It’s almost the New Year, so before 2020 happens I decided to do a declutter of all my clothes as part of the process of my mental health recovery from Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD). This time of year can be really hard, and I am lucky to be riding a wave of better feelings at the moment, but I want to remind anyone who needs it that you are not alone and you deserve to treat yourself with kindness, no matter what. Come and declutter with me!

My mission is to use this channel to reach out to anybody feeling isolated because of mental health challenges, and to help them feel more supported and less alone by documenting my mental health recovery journey through exploring my creativity.

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✿ A B O U T M E ✿

♥ Winter’s Robin is run by Ely, who is in her late twenties and currently lives in Tbilisi, Georgia.

♥ I am doing my best to live well each day with Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD), Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), and C-PTSD (Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder). ♥ You can expect videos on writing, the creative process, mental health recovery, bullet journalling, as well as other topics relating to healthful habits, living well, and recovering creatively.

♥ The essentials: my bullet journal, a cup of coffee, and warm socks.
♥ You’ll usually find me writing, reading, learning Russian and Georgian, or sleeping.

I’d love it if you dropped me a comment to say hi and we can chat!

Ely ★

I film on a Canon IXUS 185 with a tripod balanced on a colander.
I use OpenShot to edit my videos.
I use Snappa to create my thumbnails.
I use Snappa and Fotojet to create my graphics and edit my photos.
The music in my videos is from the YouTube Audio Library.
The stock footage I use never requires credit to be given.

Source: Youtube