Up to 144 pages as of today. It’s helped me in my sobriety… a lot.
TheClap's Life List
1. Daily: Reflect on 5 things for which I'm grateful.
2. Stay Sober Today
3. Write the story of my battle with addiction
4. Make a daily schedule
5. Get back to my former shape
6. Set Specific Dates for All My Goals
7. Keep in better touch with my true friends
How I did it: My cousin and I were working at a pizza place (13 years ago) and we just decided that we were done. We each had a soda at thanksgiving that year, but other than that we didn't drink soda for two years.It helps to have a buddy. Read how I did it…
How I did it: I read an ebook that was something like "Writing a resume in one day." It pointed out the fact that a stellar resume isn't what is going to get you the job. Getting in front of people is what will get you the job. Read how I did it…
How I did it: I went there with my parents when I was young. We lived in Germany for nine years, so traveling throughout Europe was pretty easy. I actually got to go there several times. It is the land of my ancestors, so it was not only an adventure, it was kind of spiritual as well. Read how I did it…
I’ve been sober now for nine months and fourteen days in a row. I plan on staying sober all day today.
I missed Sunday, so technically I’m starting over as of Monday Dec 8th.
Today I got up at 6am. My alarm went of, and I decided I was going to sleep in. But I can’t help it anymore. Meditation and my morning routine feel so good (keep your mind out of the gutter) that I just had to get up anyway.
I got up, turned a small space heater on, made my bed and straightened my room with the fastidiousness of an obsessive compulsive schizophrenic.
“There is nothing on the face of the earth like meditation.” Eknath Easwaran
If you don’t know who Eknath Easwaran is, you owe it to yourself to look him up. Good luck to all who have a goal of frequent meditation. It’s worth it.