rhythm {the magic and mystery of making your-self your first priority}

Onward

Day 6 “Onward” // 100 days of planning circles

One half of knowing what you want is knowing what you must give up before you get it. -Sidney Howard

I knew in order to honor my promise to my-self of living differently this year, there would need to be alterations and a shift in my thinking. And with regard to what I published here, I would need to alter my planning practice. Simple changes …  Continue reading

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Days 4 & 5/100

4/100 "Quarters"

Day 4 “Quarters” // 100 days of planning circles

Organization is what you do to stuff that you need, want, or love — it’s not what you do to get useless stuff out of sight or to impart make believe meaning. -Merlin Mann

[My Goal: For my hours to reflect what I need, want and love accomplished in grace — not efficiency or a rigid model of my being and doing. To move in my rhythms …]

Success starts with you. You have to take the time to determine what it looks like and feels like and tastes like in your life. Find this and then chase it. And only chase what’s meant for you. Chasing the definition of success others have created only results in striving. And striving leads to feeling burnt out and hating the world. -Elora Nicole, The Definition of Success

5/100

Day 5 “Reframe” // 100 days of planning circles

Life is a process of becoming. An embracing and reframing limited only by our willingness to cycle through. -stargardener

 


  • Week 15/52 word prompt: Notice
  • Weekly word prompts are posted here each Sunday, and listed on the monthly calendar of the planning page sets.

Carly Mojica is one of my favorite artists; her artist style and philosophy inspires me and I adore her art! I am thrilled to see this black and white art + these syllables: Tasting the Darkness. She also posted this video; including it here because it fits the theme of “Cycles” and “Reframing” perfectly!

 

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Day 3/100

3 100 days notice

Notice, Day 3 // 100 days of planning circles

Noticing is a means of getting lost for me …

Getting lost was not a matter of geography so much as identity, a passionate desire, even an urgent need, to become no one and anyone, to shake off the shackles that remind you who you are, who others think you are. -Rebecca Solnit, A Field Guide to Getting Lost

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