Why is it that there are some weeks that I find it hard to come up with 5 things to discuss – it’s not like I don’t have 5 things going on in my mind. That being said, this Five on Friday may be somewhat random with out a theme.
1. FIVE POSTS IN ONE WEEK
I did not begin this week with the intention of having 5 daily posts but this is significant in regards to it is the first time I have posted 5 days in a row. I’m not sure this is something I want to continue but I can share that I have several posts planned. Perhaps I am getting the hang of this! Hang around!
2. THE 1 YEAR WARDROBE RESOLUTION
Natasha posted about Christi at The 1 Year Wardrobe Resolution on her blog this week. Christi’s goal is to spend a whole year not buying anything for herself and living with what she has. Of course she will buy the essentials but she is hoping to find that living with less is more. Many people have joined in on the MiniChallenge for Lent and I feel like this is a great way to bring focus upon what we already have in our lives rather than what we think we want.
It’s hard to believe that Day Light Savings Time returns this weekend. Longer days ahead, make for a very Happy Sheryl
4. WARM WEATHER
Why, yes that is 66 degrees expected for next Tuesday. I’m hoping we have seen the last of the snow this year. Ready for green grass!! (However, they predict cooler temperatures later in the week)
5. JOURNAL WRITING
Last week I presented the first journal writing workshop I have done in over a year. I’m so glad to say it went well and it helped to remind me how much I love journal writing and the power that it has had in my life. I have future plans to have more posts about how to write and the significance of having a personal journal. Meanwhile, I encourage you to visit Shannon’s blog at Smile and Write (She hangs out on my sidebar) Each Thursday she provides a prompt and you can either share on her comment section or send her an e-mail. I intend to begin linking up with her next week.
By the way, those journals in the photograph above are mine from the last several years. I find it very important to like what you write in. If you don’t like it, you will not use it.
Hoping your weekend is warm and great!
Sheryl is a transition coach, trainer and speaker from Lexington Kentucky. As the author of the blog How to Make A Life, she uses her own life and journey as a blueprint to help others find motivation, inspiration and hope for a healthy and happy life. About Twitter Instagram Pinterest