Living Wild – 32

Weekly Intention: I have only 3 days of work this week and my biggest intention is to be present and work hard during those days and then give myself grace on the others. Summer is almost over. I want to be with my kids a bit more.

This month’s intention is: August: Wildest Dreams: Time to get organized again, transitions are coming, big ones this time. Get organized, plan, prepare and do what you need to do. Write down all your dreams. Make plans. Meh when I wrote this, I had no idea about covid of course. Though transitions are still coming. I need to make some plans.

One way I will show up this week:  focused.

I will go into the wild:  not sure if i will this week, i will plan to take it one day at a time.

This week, I will pay attention to: my kiddos and my hubby.

One new thing I will begin this week: meditation and stretching before bed, cold showers in the morning.

One magic I will create: if i can do this simple night routine, it will be magical.

One thing I hope to release: my stress around all the life things. is that even possible?

One thing I will join in on: more fun time with Nathaniel.

One area I will practice being open: that things at work will work out.

I am looking forward to: getting some work done.

This week’s challenges: writing my packet.

Top Goals:

  • Work: write packet, continue creating space, make a plan, keep email clean.
  • Personal: continue with daily core + biking! + running, see if you can add meditation and stretching, do better on eating the wild. draw. journal. sleep earlier. continue 100 days of mantras. pick more friends to connect with. cold showers.
  • Family: support nathaniel and david and jake. cook. walk. hike together. friday adventures.

I will focus on my values (love, learn, peace, service, gratitude): i decided to love the days, even when i do nothing.

This week, I want to remember: how incredibly precious life is.

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

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