Welcome to a brand new month! I always love a fresh start, don’t you? Especially one filled with spring blooms, TDJ Live on March 21 and a special TDJ Style Pop-Up on March 27!

If you haven’t already, pull out your journal, sketchbook, planner, Year of Tranquility, and/or Daybook to reflect and dream.

Consider

1. What did I experience, accomplish, start, learn, try and/or ponder in February?

2. What would I like to experience, accomplish, start, learn, and/or ponder in March?

How To

Using ephemera (bits of paper), washi tape, a Sharpie, and your preferred book, put those March dreams on paper and seal it inside your journal, sketchbook, planner, Year of Tranquility, and/or Daybook. Refer back to it daily or at least weekly.

Here’s a peek into my digital version of this process.

Reflection

While reviewing my February dreams, I checked nearly nine of my 14 boxes. Some of the unchecked boxes involve a new habit (salad per day), one goal I didn’t meet (plan TDJ Style Pop-Up), one I simply didn’t do (create a new Tea with Kimberly video—although I DO have a few I recorded yesterday coming your way), and a few that were close (daily movement classes, three Love Notes, AM creative time).

Rather than wallow in what wasn’t done, I’ve taken the unchecked items into March and contemplated ways to make them happen (set the Tea with K video ideas and schedule the recording. check, did yesterday!), marked through what didn’t happen and was specific to February (send four Love Notes—changed to three), and created new dreams specific to March (four-day therapy conference).

You’ve Got This

Can you believe we’re already 1/6 of the way through 2021? The good news is that there’s still plenty of time to review your Year’s Dreams and keep (or start) making progress toward what matters most. It’s one foot in front of the other, one tiny step at a time.

Voilà, this process allows me to start the new month with reflection and intention setting PLUS a little celebration of what DID happen. And a gentle reminder that when we misstep (eat too many boxes of Thin Mints), we can always begin again! Bisous. x