Question: What’s your intention for today?
The quick answer might sound something like: Go to work, or keep the kids clean and fed, or just get through it.
Then there’s the answer beneath that answer: Be able to pay my bills. Maintain order in my day. Hold the dread at bay.
All understandable. Necessary, even. But, in addition, what if we intended to do something that touches our soul? To feel purposeful or loved or delighted. Now that’s something to get out of bed for!
For some of us, the day runs mostly on auto-pilot. For others, it can seem rudderless. Or bland. Or contentious. Those joy-filled days— isn’t that what vacation is for?
Sort of. Vacation is important because it helps us step back and experience life differently. But what about the 360 other days of the year? Don’t you want to inject some joy into those too?
Of course you do. So let’s do