With the new moon— a time to reflect on what we are giving birth to within— and three weeks of my 2015 intention of LOVE, I wanted to explore what it looks like so far…
Love looks like mindful mornings:
waking with music, greeting the day
with joy and creativity.
Opening my journal, and my heart, to the present moment.
Love looks like regimented sleep.
Screens off. Lights out. A time for rest to be fully indulged.
Love looks like process.
With accidental late nights and open screens
slipping through the cracks
of better set plans.
(With mantras to remember that its okay to slip sometimes.) Continue reading “Crescent moons”
I’m declaring it a year of love.
There are so many things that this already means to me, and I am sure it will continue to develop as I do.
Above all, I want to love the journey. In reflecting on last year, I drew a map of significant moments, lessons, places, people, questions, and learning. It was a zigzagging chart with great highs and deep lows. In 2014, I discovered much about who I am and realized many things that I need. Continue reading “Looking to love”
Commitment was my word for 2014.
In general, it was a word that served as an umbrella for multiple themes and intentions: family, health, spirituality, and movement to name the foremost categories.
What specifically I was committing myself to within each area morphed as my year did— as I did. I enjoyed having a word for my year, and having fluid guiding questions to move with me…What do I need to commit to in this season? What does commitment look like for me? Continue reading “Looking back”