Living Wild – 12

Weekly Intention: Ok well it’s hard to tell what this week will look like. If things are quieting down a bit then maybe i can have a bit of a personal routine of exercising, journaling, doing art and reading each day. Just 90 minutes a day total should do the trick. We’ll see how much of it I can manage.

This month’s intention is: Wild Air:  Go outside. Smell the spring air. The seasons are shifting again and it’s time to try new things, new  places, take new chances. Pick one thing and go big. Drink the wild air.  Well not sure I can do this anymore. But if next weekend is quiet too maybe we can do a long hike. Cross fingers.

One way I will show up this week:  ready.

I will go into the wild:  for now i will continue my daily walks and sit in the back yard when possible.

This week, I will pay attention to: seeing if i can start some small exercise, continue to eat as healthy as i can, and slowly build little bits of routine.

One new thing I will begin this week: hmm maybe drawing a tiny bit.

One magic I will create: maybe a little bit of noticing/journaling time daily.

One thing I hope to release: just everything honestly each day i will let go of it all and start over.

One thing I will join in on: maybe some puzzle time with kids.

One area I will practice being open: that we will find our new normal and things will be ok again.

I am looking forward to: getting some fresh groceries.

This week’s challenges: being home all the time is definitely challenging.

Top Goals: honestly i am just going to do the next right thing everywhere i can.

I will focus on my values (love, learn, peace, service, gratitude): i am getting to lean into all of these right now.

This week, I want to remember: i am so grateful to be together and healthy.

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

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