Everyday Magic – 33

Weekly Intention: Ok this is the last week of summer for us. Next Monday David starts high school. Still can’t believe I am writing these words. Nathaniel has one more week but David starts early because he has a camp before school starts. So this is our last week enjoying summer. My plan is to spend a bit of extra time in the evenings with the kids. And for work, I want to spend the first hour I’m home cleaning email, doing work so that I can then not work all night.

This month’s intention is: Work Your Magic: Time to get organized again, transitions are coming, big ones this time. Get organized, plan, prepare and do what you need to do. Yes it’s time to buy the school supplies, get the clothes sorted, and get everyone ready for the school year.

One way I will show up this week:  focused, open, curious.

One magic I will make this week: go hiking with Jake.

This week, I will pay attention to: my mindset when i approach people

This week, I will be kinder to: my kids

This week, I will focus on pleasing: hmmm i think i will just focus on one person at a time.

One new thing I will learn this week: this week i am going to see if i can do one new thing each day, i will make a list and share.

I am looking forward to: having one more week of summer.

This week’s challenges: i am hoping to take things one day at a time this week.

Top Goals: 

  • Work: get next steps on tokyo and markets, figure out culture d&i, sort out the growing leadership stuff, stay on top of email.
  • Personal: daily drawing, exercise, journal, hike, do one new thing daily, and restart yoga or walking or some other morning plan, make time to sleep.
  • Family:  family photos, clean out kids’ closets, get ready for school things, hugs kids.

I will focus on my values:

  • Love: love for learning and growing
  • Learn: one new thing each day
  • Peace: how long it takes to learn
  • Service: to all around me
  • Gratitude: for feeling better.

This week, I want to remember: that my mind is limitless.

Everyday Magic is a year-long project for 2019. You can read more about my projects for 2019 here.

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