Some interesting and useful things I’ve been using or reflecting on lately in my life.
A brief check of my email made me realize that Lindsey Stirling (a fav. musician) was going to be 20 miles from me in under an hour!
Keep yourself agile by keeping your intentions to yourself.
An unexpected phone call at midnight created a surge of momentum. Big gratitude to Ronja. Here are a few takeaways from our chat.
Intentional reflections on the past month of April along with goals and lessons for May.
12 months ago I came up with the “top questions” that guide my life. This time I’m reflecting on those questions after living with them for a year.
Massive strides made on one of the most important areas to improve in my life: I mark November as a win, despite dropping the ball in other areas. December is looking sparse, but significant.
Recent travels have highlighted how scattered my belongings are, affecting my ability to focus and get work done more effectively. — Making these simple changes have been profound in helping me focus more easily.
Writing is a language of the soul — a way to communicate with yourself. Use writing as a foundation for personal growth, self-discovery, and accountability.
Part 2 of my trip in Goshen, IN! I spent some time “following soul” and it brought me to a park, along with a lovely adventure and some takeaways along the way.
This has been on my mind for nearly a year – and I finally started.
Dance is making a comeback in my life. I’m grateful, excited, and I’m trying to “slow down” my attention to focus on what my intuition is sharing with me about life.
We never know how what we say or do can impact others, including ourselves. Your voice is valuable: practice using it!
Having too many “important” things to work on equates to overwhelm and lack of progress. Pick fewer things and make bigger strides.
Don’t wait around for the opportunity to come to you: be the one that initiates it. Your desire is the invitation.
Had to work through some social anxiety — and I’m so glad I did, and so happy with how it turned out!
My first swing event in over 2 years. Lots of great experiences, most notably: reconnecting to dance.
Reflecting on the value of the “mundane, boring” work at home compared to the excitement and high of “events and trips.”
I’ve felt SO overwhelmed lately. I’ve resisted writing and creating in all forms. Maybe THIS is what I need right now.
All the benefits, learnings, and tips I have around “documenting your life.”
When stuck and overwhelmed: “pick something, anything.”
[Video] Draginboxing is a process I use to help me address the “clutter,” particularly PAPER clutter, in my life.
These questions highlight and drive my emphasis for the year. This is one of my favorite exercises that I complete every year.
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