Weekly Reflection 2020 – 22

The Wildest Part of this Week was: The weeks are passing and it feels both really slow and really fast. I guess that’s how life feels in general lately. The weeks have all been wild. This week with all the riots and all the blatant racism, potentially major changes at work, a lot of final projects for the kids, and of course the ongoing covid insanity might take the cake but I am scared to say that or write that because I know that things can always get wilder. So I am sitting here and trying to take it one moment at a time.

Top Goals Review:  still taking things moment to moment here.

I celebrate: a lovely remote dinner with our friends Jess and Sam. It was definitely the highlight of my week.

I am grateful for: my morning routine which while making me super tired is also helping me connect to myself.

This week, I exercised: finished week 3 of couch to 5K.

This week, I answered the Call of the Wildwent rock climbing with Jake.

I embraced Silence of the Wilderness: finally started journaling and it’s been saving my soul.

This week’s Wildcard was: too much going on for me to be interested in throwing my own wildcards.

I said yes to: learning, showing up, and contributing to start becoming actively anti-racist.

I said no to: i am falling behind at keeping up with work email because i need the downtime. it’s piling up.

Core Desired Feelings (leap, soft, release, join, delight) Check-in: i leapt into running, it’s kicking me in the butt. I am trying to be soft and leaning into the pain and sorrow. I am working on releasing the guilt and joining into doing the work to help others and delighting in the back yard with all the wildlife.

My mood this week was: spent.

I am proud of: doing community and culture work that i am grateful to be a part of.

I release: i am getting close to being able to release because of exhaustion.

Here’s what I learned this week: that journaling always is the thread that connects me to myself. i keep forgetting it and having to relearn it.

What I love right now: I love taking time to connect with my friends.

Weekly Review 2020 is a year-long project for 2020. You can read more about my projects for 2020 here.

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