Letters for Creatives #59: Reflecting on 2021 and moving forward
Another year flew by
Hello, I am Celeste. Welcome to all of you who are new here! Shout out to Elizabeth, Kimberly for your kind words and be a part of this. Take a look at my December prompts and newsletter directory to find what you need now.
I did not think that I would have year review prompts for you this year. But reflecting on my own journey, there are some prompts that can help you recalibrate.
What makes me feel joyful or time does not exist this year? Is there anything that I have not tried but want to?
What drains my mental energy? Noticing this will help you avoid people or things that are not worth your time and energy. If you want to keep doing certain things that is consuming too much of your time, consider doing it less frequently.
Did I take care of myself today? Think about your physical, mental and spiritual health. If not, what is one thing that I can do now?
Find out your Human Design type. If you are a projector, I bet we can create a soul tribe. Projectors need alone time and a lot of rest. Reply to this if you want to chat about Human Design.
When you know your Human Design type, you can start to learn how to use your energy and live a happier and better life.
Do not feel guilty of rest. It is universal for everyone living in a culture that glorifies hustle. What can I do everything that makes me feel rested?
What did I learn this year?
What do I want to learn next year? Why?
What do I need in the morning to feel ready to conquer anything for the rest of the day?
What does an ideal day look like? Is it being able to have a nourishing morning routine, being peacefully ambitious, have time to learn new things and even play or create?
What are my goals for the coming year? What do I need to work on to get closer to achieving them? How would I feel when I have achieved my goals? For more, you can read Super Attractor by Gabrielle Bernstein.
Leave a comment if you have other ideas for a year review.
For a moment the sun forgot her purpose
Stood still as ice on a winter solstice
On the tip of her capricious ellipse
A tangential kiss
On the forehead of a galaxy
dark and mysterious
Read more of Pamela’s poems on her Instagram if you like this piece.
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Happy early Christmas,