Anyway, I finished working through my Shining Life Workbook this weekend and it was amazing.
I know this intellectually but I'm still amazed at how putting in the work actually yields results :)
I had such clarity around what I want for myself in each of the areas of my life - spiritually, financially, relationships with friends, family, work, body, creatively (!), etc.
I wrote my mottos, habits I want to cultivate and more.
A glorious, dedicated time of intention-setting.
One of the exercises was about knowing what brings you comfort (she phrased it in a different way) especially when you feel blah... and need to get out of the funk.
Here are some of the things I wrote down:
- going for a walk
- playing with my camera - I found if I just take my 50 mm lens, or I turn the f-stop down, and go walk around the garden, or play with vases/ stationery, etc. to get a focal point, I can have no end of fun and .... 300 pics later, I'm good (10 minutes)
- cuddles with the kids
- talking to D
- cleaning/ organising... but furiously
- reading with a big mug of tea for just 10 - 15 minutes (obviously longer is better but the trick is to find quick things)
PS It's not too late to set intentions for the year - read my OQ post :)
(13 minutes to write this post)