Let the wild [summer] rumpus start!
June was quite a month! Our Michigan spring was cold and wet, but I had quite a bit going on to distract me from it. And despite all of my projects and travels I still managed to meditate every day.
The daily meditation is feeling good, and feeling habitual by now. I don’t have much more than that to say about it anymore, at this halfway point in my 365 day project, which is an indication to me that now more than ever I need to stay vigilant so I can continue making meditation a true habit. Six months in, and I have successfully meditated for 182 of the 365 days in this year!
My June projects included a renewed interest in crafting and building things, (namely small Metal Earth models of the Millenium Falcon and the Eiffel Tower), installing my calligraphy light table in our spare bedroom, upgrading my desk space at my day job with a lamp and some art, which transformed my ability to stay focused and productive at work (imagine that!), and a super fun trip to Chicago for the annual conference of the National Association of Psychometrists, of which I am a member. Also plenty of time doing yard work and enjoying our new green spaces. I hope to write more about many of these things in the future, but for now I will stick to brief updates.
I’m feeling happy, calm, and centered as I head into July.