In which I share some of the poetry and haiku that moved through me since this winter solstice.
We’ve come to the end of prompts inspired by Five Minutes in the Morning. Now you can go back to getting those extra 5 minutes of beauty sleep. Or not…
This post from Five Minutes in the Morning isn’t about giving up. It’s about knowing when to move on.
This week, we finish out the prompts inspired by Five Minutes in the Morning, and today’s post is all about habits (but not the kinds nuns wear).
The next prompts from Five Minutes in the Morning focus on productivity. What is the most challenging but potentially rewarding task that you can do today?
There are fewer nuggets in here than a 10-piece chicken nuggies meal that you split with nine other friends. But there are some quotes from Alan Watts and Eckhart Tolle, so at least that’s something!
Leo New Moon, decluttering and a dream about the president giving me a ride in a golf cart. All this and more in my journal nuggets from the week of August 16 – 22!
The week of August 9 – 15 wasn’t very productive as far as nuggets go, but this was the week I manifested my first client, and for that I am extremely grateful.
I often wake up with music going through my head. This isn’t just in the morning; my nocturnal stumbles to the bathroom are often soundtracked by some tune that I forget as soon as my head hits the pillow again. For my own amusement, I’ve kept track of the tracks I’ve woken up to playing in my mind. Now, I’d like to share them with you.
Not much was going on for the week of August 2 – August 8, so these are like the deformed chicken nuggies