Working on my own 21 Day Challenge and telling you all about it has made me pay very close attention to what I am doing and how I am doing it. I want to be able to tell you that I am doing well, I want to have done something fabulous, but I also want to do enough small things to create a continuable habit. I don't want these 21 days to be a stand-alone. I want to CHANGE.
In the past few days I have continued on the NO MORE DIET way of life (and let me tell you it's LIBERATING. I can't explain how wonderful it is to have so much of my energy back. Astounding.) I also have written something every day, and have been focusing on my goals. I think tomorrow I am going to write some out that are much clearer. The more you focus on what you want, the more you realize what you actually don't want. There's nothing like the threat of actually getting a wish granted to make you clear about whether or not you really want it!
The photograph above is just one of my bookshelves - it's the 'working' shelf - where I stash my current reads, my must haves and my notebooks (I am currently working through 4.) I love this shelf and its contents almost as much as I love Mark and my family and friends. So it's from the bottom of my bookshelf and my heart that I wish you all the sweetest of Valentines Days. I hope that wherever you and and whatever you're doing, you know that you are loved.