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It’s Friday and that means it’s time to close the week with one of my favorite Joy Habits: reflecting on my weekly wins.
I choose to end every week with a simple joy habit: pause, remember, and write down my 3 biggest wins.
In January, I spent 30 days noticing, documenting, and experiencing what joy feels like in my daily life. Here’s what I learned.
I love to end my week with a simple habit: focusing on my weekly wins. All that’s required is a brief pause to remember, reflect on, and write down three wins from the previous week.
It’s been a year since I retired at 46. My biggest surprise is the gap between my experience and the pervasive myths about early retirement.
Want some Joy? Try ending this week by celebrating your wins instead of ruminating on everything that didn’t work out.
If you’ve been reading this blog for any length of time, you know that Friday’s are for wins! It’s a simple joy habit: end the week by celebrating what went well instead of ruminating over everything that went wrong. I post mine here as an accountability mechanism. And I warmly invited you to share your…
Happy “Quitter’s Day”! In case you’ve never heard of Quitter’s Day, it’s the day most people give up on their New Year’s Resolutions. And it’s notable because it’s only 17 days into the new year. In honor of Quitter’s Day, I’m adding the third installment to my series on Annual Planning That Works. I already…
One of my favorite joy habits is ending my week by pausing to remember my three biggest wins of the week. No week is perfect, but I can choose how to end it: ruminating about everything that went wrong or celebrating what went well. I choose the latter. Win #1: Project Snowbird Eight years ago…