Taking this season to make measured improvements

Good Morning World!

It has been a little while since last I posted and it's time to re-enter this part of my life.

With the current season of COVID-19 virus upon us, the economy slowing down, people social distancing themselves to protect infection and flatten the curve, this is a wonderful time to take a breath and review life.

For me, this is a time to enjoy the slower pace of life and spend some time taking stock and evaluating myself.  Newly into my 40's, I have a decade ahead of me that will shape me in new and diverse ways, and set me up for living my best life yet.

In this time, I'm reviewing several things:

1.  Possessions - Do I really need everything I've amassed?
2.  Habits - am I living with and in integrity with my core values?  What are my core values?  How can I use these to make aligned decisions?
3.  Finances - did I do my homework to the best of my ability?  What can I learn about investing in this season of life?  What steps am I prioritizing to move forward with a stronger foundation?
4.  Innovations - what is my contribution to life?  What does my legacy look and feel like?  What is my legacy?
5.  Health and Wellness - am I prioritizing self-care?  Do I have a work/life balance that works for me mentally and physically?
6.  Relationships - are they serving me?  Am I serving them?  What small measured improvements can be made in this arena?

I've spent the last two years working through Leadership training.  With this, it has provided a deeper look into myself and who I am as a person.  Now, with this training and knowledge, I'm rolling out a deep dive into self to elevate and hone in one what I want me to look like for the next 10 years.

I have been blessed to visit and enjoy some wonderful places - San Diego, Denver, Westcliffe, Paris, Ottawa, Victoria to name a few.  I have plans for other places, once our current situation relaxes.

In each, I found exquisite treasures.  I found a sense of self.  And I learned I truly love planning, and get to step into a more relaxed energy when I'm finally there.



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