Intentions for the Full Moon


More than a calendar cycle, my rhythms move more according to the moon’s cycles. It allows for more ease than numerals; a gradual movement instead of jumping from day to day.


I have intentions for my-self during this next cycle, a time of returning to the basics of my right brain planning; grounding my-self in what serves me best in the way of peace and productivity.

May page viewThe theme for May planning pages is “The Hours” + the word prompt for Week 19/52 {beginning tomorrow} is “write” …

writeAnd by the way, everything in life is writable about if you have the outgoing guts to do it, and the imagination to improvise. The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt. -Sylvia Plath

Today is a fullness and light. I know for many of us this past month has felt rather empty and dark. And yet, every day counts, everything counts …

Thus, we have the option of accepting what cannot be changed — changing that which we can, as we are able via the imagination to improvise. {baby steps count}

  • For my baby steps, I will be using the time logs of May’s planning pages {purchase} + index cards and Post-it Notes. And writing, of course! 😉

P.S. I have been having a consistent challenge with my ability to see clearly; vision problems come with living with Multiple Sclerosis. Thus, less posting online and misspellings + missing details when I do post. What I often see is like looking through water. It’s a little wacky and requires lots of extra time to post even the simplest of posts.

The 100 Day ProjectI have been continuing my daily planning circle drawings, doodles and collage even if I am not able to post each day. It has proven to be a means of moving through the realities of the current limits of MS.

Weekly word prompts are posted here each Sunday, and listed on the monthly calendar of the planning page sets.