We’ve come to associate break ups with negative emotions, but that doesn’t always have to be the case. Especially when we take control of our lives and do the breaking up ourselves, like a #girlboss.

A break-up doesn’t have to signify a major life change either. Sometimes, it’s the smaller, trivial things that can make a HUGE impact on how we view the world, and ourselves.

Is there something in your life that you need to break up with? Something that’s no longer serving you, or maybe you need to let it go in order to make room for something (or someone) bigger and better?! We’re here to tell you to go for it, girl!

On a purely intuitive level, I think we all know that words become things. This is why we’re encouraging you to share your break up goal, with us! Leave a comment below, or tweet at us (@shedoesthecity) with hash #BreakUpAndMove. Because the moment you put your intentions into the universe, and put your thoughts and desires into words, they become tangible!

One thing I’ve struggled with in the past is making time to see family and friends. It never felt like I had enough of it. And then, I realized that there was a lot going on in the periphery, like acquaintances and friendships that were ever slowly fizzling out. I used to have a lot of people in my life who I would catch up with once in a blue moon, but not speak with for months, or even years in between.

The more I thought about it, the more I realized that these friendships weren’t serving much purpose, or were based on nostalgia. Why keep something going, that requires a time commitment, when neither one of us wanted to put in more effort for something more meaningful? I made a conscious effort to break up with these types of relationships and as a result, I freed up a lot of time to spend to with truly loved ones, and taking candlelit bubble baths. Win-win!

To learn more about the #BreakUpAndMove campaign, check out their adorable Tumblr filled with inspiring quotes, gorgeous artwork and more!