Between travel and houseguests, I’m wrapping up this week on Sunday! And as always, my favorite way to symbolically bring one week to a close, shake off any residual, and walk openly into a new week is by pausing to reflect on the previous week’s wins.
When you’re planning your life after FIRE, it’s important to answer the question: who am I? This week, we’re turning outward for data on this important question.
As always, I love to finish my week by pausing to think about my 3 biggest wins! It’s my way to close out the previous week, stir up the energy of gratitude, and open the door to joy! Win #1: Savoring Every Day In Venice We head back to Detroit in just over a month…
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I’m using my weekly wins post this week to reflect on my February goals.
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Five o’clock is right around the corner in California! So it’s time to close out the week with my regular weekly joy habit: pause, reflect, and write down 3 wins. This week featured an unusually large number of things that went off the rails, so I know it’s more important than ever to release myself…
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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.