Here we are, saying goodbye to the fifth month of this year. I have wanted to practice reflecting more so today I am using two prompts from Emily P. Freeman‘s newsletter and one of my own.
1. What was your favorite photo from May?
2. Name an intentional practice in May.
I decided to use a small notebook for daily reflection in May. One page for each day with the added challenge of using washi tape on every page. The notebook is 3×5 so not a lot of space which made it achievable. Writing that final page this morning was so gratifying. It has been a long time since I have capture daily moments on a, well, daily basis.
3. What’s something you look forward to in June?
Last June I was getting ready to retire – a very odd thing in the middle of a pandemic and lockdown. This June, I am looking forward to figuring out what retirement life will look like as we begin reentry. I know there will be lot of reading, a bit of knitting, a bit of sewing, being outside, walking, gardening, spending time with family and friends. I was also inspired to sign up for an online class (thanks again Honoré) which will be a wonderful way to keep that daily writing practice continue.
Goodbye May. You were a very good month.