One month into the New Year, and I’d like to ask you, how’s it going so far? With the Broncos in the Super Bowl and the housing market up, it’s […]
One month into the New Year, and I’d like to ask you, how’s it going so far? With the Broncos in the Super Bowl and the housing market up, it’s looking pretty…orange.
Last year was a year of acceleration; years of planning and dreaming culminated last February into a twister of manifestation. I flew from one stunning first to the next at light speed, and though I’m proud of all that was accomplished, I’m ready for a slower and more deliberate pace. So, in the spirit of what is new I dub 2014 to be “A Year of Possibility”. Setting aside the dreams you rely on clears the way for new visions, frees you to imagine yourself in ways you might have before. I noticed this mid-autumn, committing myself to do a lot more of what I’ve never done and less of what I hold myself comfortable in and found that my dreams weren’t big enough. Perhaps I’ve outgrown them or better still, grown so much that they have me looking eye to eye instead of up. Once the doors are flung wide open you’ll be amazed at what flies in! Grab a pen and make a quick list of what you haven’t done. Doesn’t have to be a big Bucket List, just 10-20 things that might easily make the year extraordinary, anything from tango classes at the Merc to slow down the work day. Here’s some of what I’ve got;
Go to Off Center at the Jones.
Attend a Buntport show.
Stop wasting time.
Waste more time.
Take a burlesque class (just wondered if you’re paying attention)
Go by the JunctionBox and watch Wonderbound rehearsals.
And a few that shall remain close.
The challenge I present; let us live differently. And this time next year, we can check those happy accomplishments off the lists!