At the start of the year, I started the 2018 Courageous Living Planner. I enjoyed reading what Kate Swoboda wrote. I connected with what she had to say. I found her evaluation tool helpful.
At the beginning of the year my satisfaction of the following areas of my life was:
Family and Friends: 5
Physical Health: 6
Home/Physical Environment: 5
Fun and Recreation: 4
Right now I believe some have reduced but I’m hopeful after the move some will go back over even get higher.
After telling the truth from some questions asked I came up with my Most Courageous Self goals:
- Incorporate music into my life daily
- Being in and seeing the natural world
- Achieving and being apart of big dreams
The first couple of months went well on completing the monthly questions. Even up to this month. But once I’d answered the questions I put the planner down not to be looked at until the next month.
I suppose the questions helped me to see my life in a new light but that 10-minute answering hasn’t been helping me move forward. I like my MCS goals. I feel they’re a big part of my big dream goals.
That and with The Holiday Council work I do, the planner doesn’t seem to be needed anymore.
I’ve made the decision to give the planner a miss now. It isn’t being a part of my life in the way it should, so I need to say goodbye to it. Focus on the outlets I already have and that are working.
Due to it being a planner I hadn’t looked through to the months ahead. Having done this now I feel it was the right decision to say goodbye to the planner. I’m not loosing out by saying goodbye. I’m not wasting money. It was free and a little bit of ink. Being paper I’m able to recycle what I’m saying goodbye too.
Is there anything you feel you need to say goodbye too?
Watched: Numb > 2.5 out of 5
Walking Tall > 4 out of 5
The Levelling > 1 out of 5