How's that theme for the year coming?
Kimberly's point with the project is that if we really want to experience change in our life, it starts with changing what we do with the 30 minute blocks.
In January, I never make resolutions. Instead I pick a theme for the year. This year, the theme is "daily." When I chose that, I assumed I would make some changes that would influence the rest of the year. But what I've found is that I'm in an endless loop of trying things and haven't found something that clicks. (Yeah, I'm hyper-aware that it is August.)
Part of the change I want to affect is about the physical...juicing, working out, etc. Part is personal goals...writing, painting, staying connected with friends and family. And part is spiritual....spending time in contemplative prayer, gratitude, etc.
This year, for my "week as" vacation, I'm living my life as a yogi. Hours of practice each day, raw vegan foods, time spent in contemplative prayer. My hope is that I'll come away with my daily practices in place. The ones that carry through way beyond the week and well throughout the years...