reading a blog post about the idea of having one priority, instead of multiple competing ones each month. It really appealed to me to have one main focus each month that could work toward my overall theme of "wholeness" for the year. Below is a YouTube I filmed explaining everything.
In short, my idea was to have one priority each month which would ultimately work towards accomplishing my overall theme for the year. In January I focused on humanity. Essentially I wanted to care more about people. I think I did an okay job. I tried making simple changes like having more patience with strangers, removing my annoyance at the random "gutter punks" (yes, that's what they're really called) who seem to be everywhere in Seattle... just treating people the way I'd want to be treated, not saying anything if I didn't have something positive to say... you get the point.
February and March were a blur and basically spent focusing on my health (working out) and not losing my shit. Tons of change/stress were going on, but I managed to weather the storm. My focus for April is healing -- but with an added focus on my home. I need to buy a new love seat, donate some clothes, just get my house in order. Also under the umbrella of healing my home is my actual well-being. I want to heal myself (emotionally/spiritually) and really just get back in touch with who I am. Hell, maybe even get a new introduction lol.