I'm making some resolutions for 2021. Using Kendra Adachi's Lazy Genius Way to guide me, and focusing on what matters, I'm making the resolutions small and routine.
So I've created a small morning routine. Depending on how much time I have available, it can last one minute (who can't do a one-minute routine each morning?!) up to an hour and a half. What does it consist of?
(1) Quiet meditation
(3) Creation time (writing, drawing)
I'm focusing on the word play. Thinking about play reminds me to take life lightly, to stay in the moment, to reframe whatever seems amiss so that it's a positive, to make and do things.
I'm (and this is the hardest thing!) trying to respond to everything that happens---the good, the bad, the in-between---out of love. I'm pausing to draw upon the light that is within me.
I've taken on several challenges that will guide my reading this year, including the Nonfiction Reader Challenge and the Back to the Classics Challenge. I want to read a little more slowly and carefully this year, and I hope to reflect a little more on my reading. I also am taking on the Comment 4 Comment Challenge in which I plan to reply to every comment left on my blog this year.