I had to wait AGES for these little dudes to show up. Right into December, actually.
Right until I was on holidays. I took holidays! Yes, two and a half weeks! OK, I kind of cheated and went back to work after two weeks because I’d had enough of all that doing nothing malarkey. But still, 2.5 weeks off teaching felt like ages. I missed it like crazy, on account of I really love my job.
It gave me time to mull, though.
Did I manage stillness and stability in 2012 (yes, as it turns out. Not just yes, but like super-awesome yes!)
What has worked really well this year, in each area of my life, and what needs to be adjusted a bit?
What is it that I want next?
From the answers to these questions came those words: Planting Seeds.
I’ve cleared all the debris, and my life is much like my back yard was at the beginning of the summer: clear, a blank slate, full of possibility.
It’s very beautiful, this simplicity, but there are things I want to put in there now. Decorations, plants. Somewhere to sit. That sort of thing.
At least, that’s what I put in my yard. The things I want in my life are a little bigger. One of those things is to really see where I can take my business.
In 2013 I will plant the seeds of the next chapter of my life. Seeds for a prosperous and happy future.
Which means I am going to spend most of my time and energy on mm…Yoga! this year. It’s growing like crazy and needs my attention to make sure it stays on track. That means less time over here blogging – so I will be scaling back to about 1 post per week here, still within the topics I usually cover. If I put up anything interesting over at the mm…Y! blog, I’ll be sure to link to it too.
What about you? It’s still January, so you are definitely still allowed to be thinking about what you want out of 2013 and beyond…
If you want a little support with that, you are most welcome to join me and a group of lovely peeps at the Two Words Workshop on Sat 16 Feb too. It’s gonna rock, just like it did last year. In fact, I really don’t know how I’d get through my life without this process.
Fumblingly, I imagine. Yes, that’s a word. I say so!