Everyday Magic – 36

Weekly Intention: This is a short week and it’s J’s birthday week and there’s a back to school night and a school coffee. So multiple drives to school, a bunch of crunch on the other days of the week since I am working only 3 days this week. That means I will have to be super efficient. So that’s my intention this week.

This month’s intention is: Magical Thinking: Time to let go. This is a hard month for you. Transitions are rough. But you also turn 45. It’s magical to get to have another year. It’s magical to have a high schooler and a middle schooler. Life is magical. Let the small things go and have faith that it will all work out. It always does I have no idea where August went. It absolutely flew. I am going to really try to let all the small things go this week. Let’s see if I can do it.

One way I will show up this week:  curious.

One magic I will make this week: I am going to be taking Thursday off to celebrate Jake. I am very excited.

This week, I will pay attention to: how I can be more efficient.

This week, I will be kinder to: david and see if I can help him out with math.

This week, I will focus on pleasing: the love of my life.

One new thing I will learn this week: how to slow down

I am looking forward to: a short week, learning more about 5th and 9th grades.

This week’s challenges: long days, short week, getting too much done, two trips to school.

Top Goals: 

  • Work: perf. just staying afloat this week.
  • Personal: daily drawing, exercise, journal, hike, 5am, make time to sleep.
  • Family:  family photos, maybe? clean out kids’ closets, back to school and morning coffee, celebrate Jake, date night, hug kids.

I will focus on my values:

  • Love: i love love love my husband.
  • Learn: learn about this year for both my kids.
  • Peace: with not being as productive at work this week
  • Service: jake
  • Gratitude: for another year.

This week, I want to remember: life is passing really quickly I want to celebrate all the days.

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

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