52 List…


I found this on the web and it looked intriguing…

I’ve always been a bit of a list addict.  I feel so much more peaceful and content with myself when I’ve got a few lists going, from what I need to do today to my favorite r&b songs from 2002.  I love lists!  So I thought it would be fun to start a series on my blog for 2013 that focuses on List making, lists for fun, lists for self discovery, lists to bring you peace, you name it.  And it’s all about participation!  Each week on Tuesdays I’ll have a new list prompt for you to download and each week, you are able to link up your own list that you have posted on the web to my post.  This way we can all explore each others’ lists!  I encourage you to print out a page each week, or simply create your own each week, collect them through the year and then bind them together at the end of the year as a little memento of 2013.  Or perhaps start a new journal just for your 52 List project.  Let’s go on this fun list making journey together!

List the Words That Touch Your Soul.  This list prompt was taken from the book List Yourself.  I really liked this as our first list because it starts us off on a positive and reflective note as we begin our list making journey.

 Things that bring us the greatest comfort.  Sometimes, having those comforts to go back to help us remember who we are, what we love, and what brings us peace and energy.  For the first few lists of the series, I want to focus on lists that bring us encouragement, happiness, comfort & peace, lists that we can fall back on whenever we need a little reminder of who we are

I thought our list this week should be about remembering what we should be proud of about ourselves.  I phrased it “List the things you should be proud of” for a reason.

Write your list of all of your goals and dreams this week, include work dreams, personal dreams, spiritual goals, emotional goals, whatever speaks to you most powerfully.

 “List What You are Grateful For.” Use this list of gratefulness to show you why you should find power in your experiences, be they happy or sad.  Your strength is just as powerful coming out of something easy or something hard.  And what you do with your experiences can bring greatness.


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