A One-Month Blogging Challenge

I spent the last week in St. Louis with my friend and collaborator Janine Adams. The main purpose of the trip was to co-teach the workshop, Create Freedom and Ease with Habits and Routines. Of course we managed to get some shopping, spa time and lots of talking done too!

We spent a fair amount . . . → keep reading

The Challenge Recap

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Back in January, I shared that I wanted to do something leading up to my March birthday that was fun, interesting and a challenge. I asked for your help.

That was one of my best ideas ever! You guys came up with some wonderful ideas, here, and on the Perception Studios Facebook page.

I celebrated . . . → keep reading

R&R Sandwich

Hammock

It’s my beginning/end-of-the-week Feedback Sandwich*. It’s like a pat on the back, wrapped around a wish. Totally magic. Please, join in and make yourself a sandwich in the comments! (Plus, updates on the Challenges!) Habits for Asking

Turns out that to do this really effectively, I need to have two weeks of my planning pages . . . → keep reading

Second Nature Sandwich

It’s my beginning/end-of-the-week Feedback Sandwich*. It’s like a pat on the back, wrapped around a wish. Totally magic. Please, join in and make yourself a sandwich in the comments! (Plus, updates on the Challenges!) Letting Systems Do the Work

Oh the things I know that work, yet I don’t always do them.

Lucky me, I . . . → keep reading

System Sandwiches All Around!

Cogs from a Welsh Mining Crane

It’s time again for my beginning/end-of-the-week Feedback Sandwich*. It’s like a pat on the back, wrapped around a wish. Totally magic. Please, join in and make yourself a sandwich in the comments! (Plus, updates on the Challenges!) Routine Revelations

As I’ve shared over the last couple of weeks, these birthday challenges have me bumping up . . . → keep reading

I think I need Quotidian Sandwiches

A different sandwich

It’s time again for my beginning/end-of-the-week Feedback Sandwich*. They transform how I think about my weeks past and future. It’s like a pat on the back, wrapped around a wish. Totally magic. Please, join in and make yourself a sandwich in the comments! (Now including updates on the Challenges!) Creating Challenges

I’m two weeks . . . → keep reading

Early Bird Sandwich

Robin+Fence

It’s time again for my beginning/end-of-the-week Feedback Sandwich*. They transform how I think about my weeks past and future. It’s like a pat on the back, wrapped around a wish. Totally magic. Please, join in and make yourself a sandwich in the comments! Now including updates on the Challenges! Creating Challenges

Last week started . . . → keep reading

One Thing At A Time

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January is nearly over and I’m still rolling around the idea of a theme or quality I want to pay attention to, to bring into my life, in 2012.

The problem is, I already know what it is, I just keep hoping for something different. Something sexier. Something easier. Something less boring. (Not that there’s . . . → keep reading

The Challenges Revealed

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Last week I shared that I have a birthday coming up in March, and that I wanted to do something leading up to it that was fun, interesting and a challenge. I asked for your help.

That was one of my best ideas ever! You guys came up with some wonderful ideas, here, and . . . → keep reading

Here I Am (New Year or Not)

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The clamor of Christmas has quieted, only to be replaced by the clamor of the New Year. (Not) Resolution-making. Goal-creating. Three word-choosing. Theme-picking. Year-reviewing.

I’m feeling an urge to join in, as I have in different ways in years past. To look towards the year ahead and consider what I want it to look like. . . . → keep reading