It means living in positives. The focus is on what IS, what CAN BE, what is beautiful, meaningful, happy, productive—rather than what I don’t have, what I am not, what is stopping me, what is wrong with the world, what bothers or upsets me. It does not mean that those things aren’t a factor, it means that I choose not to give my energy to them.
I want to look for moments of inspiration and beauty. Capture them. Seek them out. Court them. Open up for them to arrive.
I want to value what I have, whether those are things or experiences or qualities.
I want to be productive and work towards getting the things I want to have in my life, not just think or write or talk about them. Do, do, do.
I want to be creative and say yes to the possibilities of failure. Not everything needs to be perfect, not everything needs to be brilliant. The process of creation is often more important than the product. And allowing failure in means I am making room for success.
I want to be open in my relationships with the people, not withdrawn. I want to communicate more, whether face to face or online or on the phone or even letters. I want to share of myself.
I want to go on adventures and challenge myself and face down the monsters of fear and insecurity.
I want to listen to music and dance and surround myself with art and watch good movies and read good books, and share all those things with people.
I want to create a home that is comfortable, beatiful, welcoming, stimulating and relaxing.
I want to find a balance with our finances so we do not have to worry all the time.
I want to enjoy my children and S. and revel in every moment I have with them.
I want to connect with friends again.
I want to take care of myself, and my children and S. so that everyone is healthy and strong for our many upcoming adventures.