The change agreement #3
Did you fill in your finding your change questions? I am being super translucent here and sharing my answers. We already discussed in The Change Agreement #2 that my patterns say I feel the need for comfort, confidence and security. I also want some fun, creativity and all around enjoyment to be part of this comfort. The next step is to Find what will get me where I want to be. You will find I am a huge fan of lists. Some of what will help me get on the path I want to be on is right there in my answers.
If you are just joining on my path to loving life and want to make a commitment to change start here. The change agreement #1
1. I have never been
2. I like Asian culture
3. lots of new experiences
4. lots of photo memories.
So, I want new memories, new experiences and a little culture. So after I set up that going to japan savings account I think I will research some new adventures within my area that I can do within my budget. This will fulfill my real wants and desires. So if something on your list doesn't seem obtainable you may try to see what the feelings behind the want are. Here I want to create the feeling of having an adventure. I don't have to go to japan for that. I can save for japan. Meanwhile I can adventure in my own back yard. So take some action and list out some solutions to adding what you want to your life. Pick just a few and give your solutions a try. You don't want to overwhelm your self. I started this life path new years 2014. It took me 4 months of failed writing attempts. I tried 750words.com, going back to writing stories and journaling before I decided to try a blog about the path i'm on. I have large gaps in between posts. I have dropped the ball on meal planning and all the schedules I've set repeatedly. I have found some ideas don't work for me and others do. I am finding what matters is creating the feelings you want in your life. How you get there will take some trial and error. However its all up to you.
A big thank you to Amanda from Running with spoons for sharing her "Thursdays are for thinking out loud" writing project with us. Share some love and pay her a visit.