Hi, friends. I know it’s been a minute. (Okay, a lot of minutes.) Over the last couple of years I’ve let journaling fall out of my routine and I have really, really missed it. I like sharing things I experience or things I knit or whatever – even if no one else reads what I write, I like recording my thoughts for later reflection. I like getting thoughts out of my brain and onto paper (er, digital paper?).
Last year I did Project 365 for the second time via Instagram. (The second time seemed easier than the first – or maybe I’m just more comfortable with the amount of cat photos I take?) This year, I’d like to get back into journaling. To that end, my goal is to blog at least once a week. This is also a Leap Year, so Google tells me there are actually 53 weeks this year – so here I go: post 1 of 53 (at least!).
I am planning to do a review of Project 365 round 2, but for today, I’m setting up my yearly planner. Bad Yogi Erin Motz once shared some prompts that she uses to start and end a year so I just added these as two pages into my book:
Starting the Year:
- What am I ready for?
- What am I prepared to release?
- What are my goals in…
- personal life
- work life
- 3 Attainable Intentions (Action Items!)
And ending the year:
- What did I learn?
- What did I accomplish?
- What did I let go of?
- What do I still need to let go of?
- What am I most proud of?
- What am I most grateful for?
Most of these answers are just for me, but I will share my attainable intentions for this year:
- Go to Ireland!
- Blog once a week (but you already knew that one).
- Get new flooring in the upper level of my house – my biggest house-fixing goal for this year!
Wish me luck! 😀