By a certain age of adulting, the goal to simply achieve contentment tends to elevate itself within your daily life scheme. I think Emily is on to something here and I must share (thanks Em!)
Shortly after I posted my last Five Stages of Reflection Series, I finished my work in the PowerSheets, identifying goals and a word for the year of 2017. I am not one to keep make new year resolutions, so I was still skeptical when thinking so broadly about the next 365 days. It’s easy to be motivated when you’re on a break from work and have the time to be thoughtful, intentional, and take care of yourself. Resolutions fall a part in the day to day of our lives. When the real world comes rolling in, it’s hard to maintain the energy that we once had on January 1st. But I pressed forward, determined to give my full effort to completing the PowerSheets.
As I went through my reflective notes and thought about the potential for the year ahead, I started to see pieces fall into place. The…
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