Every January, I STOP, stop watching television, checking social media, going to movies.
I take the time to rethink, refresh, reset.
I have the time to do the things I say are important, without using technology as my procrastination crutch.
It sounds awesome, and it is, mostly.
Procrastination is a wily helpmate, and instead of cathcing up on Netflix, my friend reminds me of the myriad of things I could be doing, instead of the things-yes-I said I wanted to do.
Like cleaning the junk drawer or researching branch chain amino acids or any number of amazing, and maybe, necessary things.
I'm writing my first blog of the year.
I've done the vaccuming, swept, made 2 kinds of soup, hung pictures and here I finally am.
One of the things I wanted to work on this year was being aware of and being less judgemental.
So I am enjoying having knocked a few things off the to do list, ( as if there is a list, which there is not, yet).
What I am not doing is judging myself.
I am writing my first blog of the year.
I am breathing.
I am making new music.
I am making plans to set that music free.
I am not procrastinating, well, not much.