Write Club Wednesday, fashionably late. Or is it unfashionably late? I've never been one to use such phrase because tardiness is something I don't do well.
I hate being late.
And I've been late 3 times in the last week.
This month is a doing month. I've been hopping from meeting to meeting. Helping with Solfire's yoga teacher training, preparing for a BIG write club project, teaching weekly classes, chasing photo gigs, contract negotiations for corporate gigs, one-on-one coaching/coffee talks, planning our October Bali retreat, and running around like a chicken with my head cut off for the final week first grade for my kiddo.
Oh, and squeezing in loverbutt date nights and family time in to that mix.
Sometimes, not having a traditional 9-5 job can feel all kinds of crazy because work/life balance is not so balanced after all.
I actually don't know that there will ever be a balance because I really love what I do.
With that being written...onto your writing.
And thank you for being here.
Write Club Prompt:
Reflect on your busiest day/s of the week. Write a list of what you do every hour. Like a planned schedule but in reverse. Because life doesn't always go as planned.
Now, write an hourly list of what you'd want your day/s to look, sound, and feel like. It can be as dreamy as you like. Don't hold back.
Lastly, an activity. Start implementing one of your "dreamy hours" into your real-life hours. This last bit might take some time. You don't have to do it this week or next, but the sooner, the better. If an hour sounds ridiculous, try a half hour.
The idea here is to do one thing everyday that is from/towards your dream life.