I usually start the week off with a list of intentions, agreements, and things that must get done. When I look back at this photo of myself changing a light bulb in the kitchen, it made me realize that my wishes are nothing but blurred images unless I decide to focus on them. Yes, I have a punny way of looking at things.
As I continue my daily practices, I'm wondering if a written wish list, cut and pasted online would help materialize a few things. Such things as:
1. Painting background colors on the pages of a new art journal. Alisa Burke's Art Journal Delight class begins today with lessons on how to put down color and textures before adding anything to your art journal. I'd like to fill a 34 sheet book before the new lesson next week Monday.
2. Trying a new gadget and recipes in the kitchen. After eliminating bread and pasta for several months at a time last year, they've never really made their way back into my diet. In search of alternatives, I want to make some zucchini noodles on my new Spiralizer and make some Life Changing Bread.
3. Set-up an old writing desk in my bedroom to do more than collect dust and reading material.
4. Work on some chest opening yoga poses to clear-up some congestion in my lungs. This has been my saving grace, so far.
5. Set-up my latest Filofax binder so that I don't forget anything, ever.
That's it. I think I'll take a few photos as the week hurries by and post them to my Instagram stream with the hashtag #on_this_weeks_wishlist . Wish me luck.