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Having clarity can bring peace and calm to an otherwise distracted day.
This week’s journaling theme is relationships.
I find that the most uncomfortable thing to do is the thing that so many of us avoid doing the most.
I feel that there’s a clear mismatch between the cliched advice that either urges us to “aim for perfect” or “just do your best”…
If anything, the pandemic has given us a strong reminder that people matter and that our time is precious.
I find myself sitting down in January to figure out my goals or resolutions for the year with so much anticipation for the year ahead.
It would be fascinating to go back in time and re-visit the idea of a slower, more peaceful existence.
I’ve been thinking a lot about the reasons why we over accumulate things at times – or more specifically, why I’ve accumulated more things than I’d like to have at different times!
I think collecting things can be a form of self care.