Weekly Reflection 2020 – 04

The Wildest Part of this Week was: Hmm this week was mostly just a lot of work and late nights. I worked 10+ hours most days and still went climbing on Tuesday night – though I didn’t end up climbing so much – and Thursday morning. I still haven’t adjusted to the rhythms of 2020, yet. Here’s to hoping February fares a bit better.

Top Goals Review:  

  • Work: had only one walking 1-1. cleaned email. did not really continue or really do the nbu doc.
  • Personal: totally did not figure out a routine that works for me.
  • Family: did support nathaniel and david and jake.

I celebrate: being brave this week.

I am grateful for: a quiet weeked.

This week, I exercised: I did uphill walking (15%) 4 days and rock climbing 3 days.

This week, I answered the Call of the WildHmm not much this week. I feel called but am not answering the call. I did take one walking 1-1 but it’s measly.

I embraced Silence of the Wilderness: i did my OLW inspiration board which always makes me happy.

This week’s Wildcard was: hmmm. just having to have so many conversations at work i think.

I said yes to: resting this weekend.

I said no to: working over the weekend even though i really should have.

Core Desired Feelings (leap, soft, release, join, delight) Check-in: Hmm. I am taking a big leap and trying to release all the anxiety around that. I am also thinking of what/where and how to join. Those are top of mind right now.

My mood this week was: very tired.

I am proud of: some solid climbing on Saturday and working hard to tackle the overhangs.

I release: the outcomes

Here’s what I learned this week: how i show up has a big influence on how the story goes.

What I love right now: I love that I am moving slowly.

Weekly Review 2020 is a year-long project for 2020. You can read more about my projects for 2020 here.

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