Don your party hats, In Spaces Between turns the big ONE today! Hip hip hooray!
It’s hard to believe that a full year has passed since I set out to create my own “shiny corner of the blogosphere.” In Spaces Between began as a creative outlet for a spot of self-expression, a place for like-minded, happy spirited woman (and some men!) to hang out and connect the dots (often then connecting with each other, which has been a joy to watch) and a home for snippets of wisdom or cool things I’ve found along the way.
I feel like a proud mama watching her ‘bouncing bub’ evolve into an ‘ambitious, excitable toddler’ at the moment, and for a plethora of reasons – mostly because I’ve just finished one rather huge undertaking (our wedding) and am about to launch myself into another (watch this space!) – I’m spending some serious time tightening/ evaluating/ getting ruthless with my intentions so I can ensure a smooth trajectory as we move forward here. Little tweaks in the “in between” time.
You already know I’m big on setting intentions, creating vision boards and years in review, so given we’re 6 months in to 2012 and it’s such a momentous occasion (right?!), I want to propose mini-review of where we’re all at because, quite frankly, clarity is sexy.
I’d love you to join me in the comments by adding your answers to the below prompts:
+ What goal/ intention are you ready to say YES to for the remainder of 2012?
+ What goal/ intention are you ready to let go of (because it’s just not doing it for you anymore)?
+ What are you most proud of right now?
+ What has been the biggest lesson you’ve learned so far this year?
I’m ready to say yes to…
Getting damn good at manifesting. The next things on my list: a new house (same location, bigger space) and a business name.
Rewarding work (rolling up zee sleeves).
A redesign for my blog.
Coaching/ investments in my personal growth.
More of what makes me happy.
More time with friends.
I’m ready to let go of…
Things that feel like a burden (also known as “sucky tasks”).
Playing small, playing safe.
Going it alone. Stepping into my big girl delegation pants!
Guilt around “doing” – I feel best when I’ve got things on the go, and that’s OK.
My Spotlight VIP card.
I’m most proud of…
The work I put into our wedding.
And subsequently – smashing the Guinness World Record for ‘Most Individual Visits to Spotlight.’
The biggest lesson I’ve learnt this year…
To accept and overcome challenges – with a smile. Perspective is everything. Thank you bumpy wedding ride for teaching me all that (how else would I learn?)
Your turn gorgeous… and don’t forget to wave your sparklers with reckless abandon, a gal doesn’t turn 1 every day!
Image: Brunch at Saks