Making my bed daily and flossing nightly. I’ve also made good on any money I’ve borrowed and have booked an eye appointment for next week.
Patients who go to see a chiropractor have between 5 and 10 “sublaxations” or things that aren’t quite working as they should. A little over a year ago, when I first started seeing mine, I had 43. Definitely above average. But. As of today, I am at
It’s time for longer cooking, layers of clothing, reflection and quietly making plans. I’ve attempted it before, but I’m going to try to focus on making some progress in the “cleansweep” program. This was what I immediately thought of when I read the word blueprint, so we’ll see how it goes. Here’s where I’m at:Physical Environment [18/25]
Health & Emotional Balance [19/25]
- My work environment is productive and inspiring. My work environment changes all of the time, so it’s not really mine?
- I use non ozone-depleting products. Need to find effective roll-on deodorant & use up coconut oil spray
- My hair is the way I want it. Almost. It’s a fickle beast.
- I surround myself with music, which makes my life more enjoyable. Only while on computer, should dig out the ipod
- My bed is made daily.
- I drink purified water. Does this mean filtered?
- I have nothing around the house or in storage that I do not need. Not much, a couple of things.
- My teeth & gums are healthy. (Have seen dentist in last 6 months)
- I have had a complete eye exam within the past two years.
- I have a rewarding life beyond my work or profession.
- I have something to look forward to virtually every day.
- I use well-made sunglasses.
- I floss daily.
- I currently save at least 10% of my income.
- My income source/revenue base is stable and predictable. Definitely not.
- I know how much I must have to be minimally financially independent and I have a plan to get there.
- I have returned or made-good on any money I borrowed. Owe Sarah $20, $2.50 library fine
- I have six months’ living expenses in an easily accessible account.
- All my tax returns have been filed and all my taxes have been paid. Mostly. Think I need to make an amendment.
- I currently live well, within my means. Within my means, but often it’s a struggle, not living well.
- I have excellent medical insurance. None.
- My assets (car, home, possessions, treasures) are well insured. No. Would like to look into getting my engagement ring covered at least.
- I have a financial plan for the next year.
- My will is up-do-date and accurate. I have no assets and no children. Do I need one?
- I know how much I am worth. How do you figure this one out?
- I am putting aside enough money each month to reach financial independence. All of my income is being eaten up by HECS debt at the moment, not much left to put aside for anything.
- My earnings outpace inflation, consistently. I don’t know what this means.
- There is no one who I would dread or feel uncomfortable “running into.” Ex-housemate
- I tell people how they can satisfy me.
- I do not “take personally” the things that people say to me.
- I make requests rather than complain.
There’s a bit here I can work on. Relief teaching is so financially insecure, so it makes sense that that area is so low. Happy that the others are reasonably high. I’m also going to try to get into the habit of reflecting and planning the week ahead on Sundays. Apparently as a Vata-type, plans are absolutely crucial for me. This will fit in nicely with my weekly cook-up, that I need to start doing again. As for the rest of the month, it’s my birthday coming up, so I will be celebrating with cocktails and friends.
Great night! Saw lots of people I hadn’t seen for years, had a good chat to many of them. Ate lots of “non-Paleo” food and had a few drinks. Made my speech and didn’t stuff it up. When letting Sarah know that we were about to leave, she looked at Chris and I, said “No.” and walked off!
x-rays this morning. I need to wait to go over them with my chiro, but from what I can see, I’ve improved!