Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Trust 30.

Hello everyone!

My apologies to those who have been sitting at home, clicking the "refresh" button several times a day, hoping NOT to see the Easter eggs at the top of the screen and actually starting to feel a bit of resentment towards those bright pastel ovals. I'm back!

Truth is, I've been in a bit of a flux, trying to figure out how to do everything I signed myself up for, (I'm a self-admitted overachiever/overscheduler) while also seeing all of the friends I've been wanting to hang out with.

This all came to a turning point when I attended a class called “Achieving your Highest Priorities.” You see, it helped me to realize that, as much as I like to claim I’m a planner, I’m a bit more of a fly-by-the-seat-of-my-pants type of girl who literally rushes in at the last minute, similar to a baseball player sliding into home while the ball is being thrown to the catcher and everyone in the crowd is standing up and cheering and the anticipation of what might happen is so thick you can actually slice through it. Yes, like that. And you know what people like that have? A lot of stress.

So, I came across a wonderful little challenge called Trust 30. From their website: "#Trust30 is an online initiative and 30-day writing challenge that encourages you to look within and trust yourself. Use this as an opportunity to reflect on your now, and to create direction for your future. 30 prompts from inspiring thought-leaders will guide you on your writing journey."

While this may look like just another thing I’m “adding on,” I think it will actually get me thinking about the most important things. Instead of filling my nights with yet another young professionals gathering, event, conference, you name it, I’ll hopefully be digging deep and using their prompts to learn a bit more about myself. (And start my garden, dang it.)

Totally understand if you think this sounds cheesy. But! This is my little space. I might learn a bit more about me. You might learn a bit more about me. Feel free to join in with any of the thoughts you would like to also talk about. Or feel free to email me at janaetime [at] yahoo [dot] com to go over these more in depth.


  1. This sounds awesome! I want to do it toooooo!

  2. You should! I'd love to have a partner in this! :)


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