Living Wild – 26

Weekly Intention: This week I am off from work. My intention is to use this time to fill up my cup and really recover so I can go back to work feeling relaxed and at peace. This likely means a combination of connecting with nature, with my kids, with my husband and with myself.

This month’s intention is: July: Run Wild: Settle into the summer. Enjoy the wild. Use the energy of the sunshine and the long days.  Step into it. Honor it. Bask in it. Well this one is perfect. Let’s bask in the sunshine.

One way I will show up this week:  quiet and strong.

I will go into the wild:  i am hoping we will do at least one hike and some walks.

This week, I will pay attention to: what i am eating. journaling to figure out how to help feel a bit calmer.

One new thing I will begin this week: hmmm. a new class with Nathaniel I think.

One magic I will create: we get to go back to the climbing gym this week, really really hoping it will be magical.

One thing I hope to release: just a little of the anxiety i seem to be feeling so much of.

One thing I will join in on: maybe more time with friends if I am lucky?

One area I will practice being open: i want to be open to shaking up my schedule a bit. Especially the weekend one. Also I want to be open to having more space in my workday and being ok with it.

I am looking forward to: this week of vacation.

This week’s challenges: just hoping the gym works out

Top Goals:

  • Work: no work goals this week.
  • Personal: My intention is to do some solid exercise (go out into the wild, climb in the gym, keep running.) Go back to eating the wild. draw. journal. sleep earlier. continue 100 days of noticing. pick more friends to connect with.
  • Family: support nathaniel and david and jake. cook. walk. hike together. climb with jake.

I will focus on my values (love, learn, peace, service, gratitude): i think the 100 days of noticing has really helped me here.

This week, I want to remember: that we’re already halfway through 2020.

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

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