Living Intentionally 2017 – 01

Weekly Intention: This is an atypical week for me. I will still be on vacation on Monday and Tuesday, so first day back at work is Wednesday and the same goes for the kids. Which means that the first half of this week, I want to focus on resting and reading and taking the last bits of time for myself. And then I would like to spend the second half of the week getting back into the groove of things. Catching up on my immense amount of email, getting into an exercise and food routine, doing the assignment I had for the volunteer work at David’s school, etc. I don’t expect to do a ton this week but just feeling caught up, making some intentional plans and slowly integrating back into life would be a good place to start.
This month’s intention is: Rise and Shine. Hit the ground running.
Ways to Shine this week:

  • One: Bold: Showing up at work on Friday.
  • Two: Open/Reflect: Listening and reflecting on Thursday when I am at David’s school for Lit Club.
  • Three: Heal: Journaling for my January OLW work.

I am looking forward to: the next two days of rest and then slowly getting back into routine.
This week’s challenges: easing back into work will definitely be challenging.
Top Goals:

  • Work: catch up on email. finish mentor matching.
  • Personal:  create nourish routine.
  • Family: create some routine for Nathaniel and math.

I will focus on my core desires (bold, mindful, nourish, love) by: journaling, making a plan, starting to slowly integrate one thing at a time into my daily life.
This week, I will say yes to: being here now. not resisting. not wanting something else. just being here.
This week, I will say no to: negative thinking. overwhelm.
I am worried that: i will not have enough time to catch up on the things I want to catch up on.
This week, I want to remember: to just take it one moment at a time. and that i work well with plans and should make some. it takes time but it’s always worth it.

Hello 2017!

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