I know I’m not usually known for brevity in my posts. I write the way I think, and my brain is usually a pretty crammed place. So I’m always grateful when folks take the time to read my musings.
But I’ve been in a rather reflective mood these past couple days, and while I’m storing up my words for later posts, I thought I’d share something I’m finding fascinating on many levels. I recently discovered Mathias Jakobsen. creator of Think Clearly. And today as I was poking around his website I discovered he has a practice of writing an annual report about what’s happened during his year. I love the idea and can imagine incorporating some version into my own practice, or perhaps even mutating it to a more frequent review. The possibilities seem endless and intriguing, especially as I’m currently rethinking what new practices sound deliciously inviting. But besides being inspired by the idea of the practice itself, I found what he wrote about quite interesting in itself. And so I invite you to pop over and give it a read.
I’d love to hear what you think, so do tell.