Just a Question
Next week my family is moving to a new home about 5 minutes down the road.
Anna and I are expecting our third child this fall (!). So we are about to officially outgrow the small home we’ve lived in for the past 11 years.
I’ve been thinking about this massive life transition — selling our current home, moving to a new one, having our third child.
And I was also just thinking about the past few months.
2016 continues to march on, one day at a time.
What were your plans for 2016?
What was one of your goals? Was there a hint of an idea of something you wanted to do?
Three months into the year… how are things going?
Today, I don’t have any answers or advice for you.
Just a question…
If you’re not yet where you were expecting be, what are going to do about it?
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Speaking of 2016, for those keeping track at home, in just a few days — on Monday, April 4 — it will be the 5-year anniversary (!) of when I quit my job to start blogging for a living.
(Some of you folks have been reading my dorky writing for 5 whole years (maybe even longer). Wow, thank you!)
As I look back at the creative work I’ve done over the past five years, I feel proud of it.
But I also envision so much more that I hope to do, and so much more ground to cover in my skills as a writer and business owner.
And so all this has made me think about what it is that helps us get from where we are to where we want to be.
Not just for my humble journey, but for all of us.
How can you, dear reader, get from where you are today to where you want to be in 5 years from now.
Next week, let’s talk about it. See you then.