This week’s themes: Completing, Visiting, Repeating, Writing, Scheduling
Awkward: I wrote my first post for AngelicaRoss.co last week about the importance of having an email list…before I had my email collection form all set up. Yep. I know. Awkward.
Awesome: I finally sat down and batched out some graphics for this blog so I have more posts than just Sunday Lately to share! I wrote this one last week about making changes if you only had a year left on earth.
Awkward: I’m not sure what’s been awkward to visit. Life lesson: don’t think something will be awkward and it won’t be.
Awesome: I will soon be visiting the Pilates studio a lot more coming up soon. Joseph Pilates says that it takes 10 sessions for you to notice a change, 20 for others to see it, and 30 for a whole new body. So I’m challenging myself to see what happens in 30 Pilates classes. And of course, writing about it!
Awkward: It’s so much harder to write these “awkward” categories instead of the “awesome” ones. Repeated headdeak-ing happening with the awkward categories today so much.
Awesome: “Focused Intention.” I’m working with my friend who’s starting a coaching business and last week’s session was all about boundaries. I have been thinking of boundaries as limiting, but with her help, I was able to see how they can give you focus and work with intention. I love that instead of thinking “A boundary is saying no.”
Woo woo alert: we also pulled the same Goddess Card, Diana, during the call. How freaky but magical!
Awkward: Dude, it was awkward to write about social media and email lists after I haven’t really been writing about that in a while. It took a little more practice than I thought.
Awesome: See Visiting: Awesome. I’m a little nervous to be sharing pictures of my non-Pilates body, but I can’t wait to document it and help out a fantastic local studio.
Awkward: I think I’ve been mostly scheduling non-awkward stuff. So go me? This one is a bust, too.
Awesome: After waiting since mid-October 2015, I finally have an appointment scheduled to replace the clutch in my (automatic transmission) car. I know, a clutch is a clutch and it doesn’t matter if you drive stick or automatic, but it’s still puzzling that it would go bad so quickly. Apparently others have this problem, too, and that’s why it’s been on national backorder for almost 9 months.
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