Living Wild – 05

Weekly Intention: This week has the potential to be a crazy week. I have several big things going on as well as a bunch of work I have to get done and then I am possibly going to the kids’ school Monday night, climbing Tuesday night and taking Friday off to be with David for his birthday. My intention this week is to stay as calm and grounded as I can. Let’s lean into the silence of the wilderness.

This month’s intention is: Wild at Heart:  Take new chances with your heart this month. Try new date nights. Reach out to new people. Create new connections. Strengthen your heart with exercise. Interesting one. I think a great reminder and something that was top of mind. I am going to think about this.

One way I will show up this week:  attentive. calming maybe?

I will go into the wild:  not sure about this one. maybe over the weekend? I have a hike slotted for Jake and me.

This week, I will pay attention to: things that are happening and mostly how i show up

One new thing I will begin this week: journaling still 🙁

One magic I will create: still need to: Book a vacation for winter break, wrap david’s presents.

One thing I hope to release: the thin layer of anxiety i add to everything.

One thing I will join in on: maybe go to school monday?

One area I will practice being open: maybe here i can be open to feedback this week?

I am looking forward to: some big projects culminating

This week’s challenges: getting to draft 2 is still likely my biggest one.

  • Top Goals:
    • Work: clean email. draft 2. thursday. nbu doc.
    • Personal: figure out a routine that works for me. journal. get into a groove.
    • Family: support nathaniel and david and jake. celebrate david.

I will focus on my values (love, learn, peace, service, gratitude): i aim for peace and learning at work. gratitude for me. service and love for my family.

This week, I want to remember: which of these will matter in 5 years?

Living Wild is a year-long project for 2019. You can read more about my projects for 2020 here.

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