Here is my February 23 for 23 check-in.
Word of the year necklace.I had this on my list this year, but never did it. I’ve actually already ordered one from Etsy. It’s two-sided. One side will have the word “Open” and the other side will have the word “Joy”. Excited to see how it turns out. Got my necklace and love it!
- Figure out how to put my writings about Tom into a book format. Haven’t done much on this in the last month.
- Make sure I have saved all my posts from the old blog. Haven’t done much on this either ☹
Save Caring Bridge journal entriesCompleted on 1-16-23
- Gather up all my writing about Tom into one folder on the computer. Think I’ve finished this, although I may come across some more to add.
- Create twelve new classes for work. Well I haven’t fully created a new class this month, but I’ve worked on a couple of different new ones plus worked up updating some others.
- Let’s get Digital
- Go through boxes of pictures (maybe if I put it on the list enough years, I will actually get it done lol)
- Go through digital pictures (again…maybe if I put it on my list enough years?)
- Go visit Tasha in Texas
- Go to Las Vegas
- Post daily on website. Well, not every day, but most days.
- Get new living room furniture (repeat from last year)
- Move my body each day. I haven’t done that well on this recently.
- Go outside 23 in 23. Yeah, haven’t been doing great on this one either. Partially due to weather, partially just because I’ve been feeling “eh”.
- Read each day. Most days.
- Visit 23 new places (or places I haven’t visited in a long time-part of being open to new things)
- Heart in the Park in Tonkawa
- Read/listen to one non-fiction book per month and write about them on the website-currently listening to The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene’ Brown.
- Present over Perfect (January)
- Get the painting of Tom framed
- Clean/organize old office
- Have grandkids visit at least once
- Have a day or weekend with each grandchild individually
- Go through totes upstairs
- Post recorded readings of some of my poems on TikTok