There are two things you may or may not know about me:
1) I have a hard time being consistent
2) I’m a girl who loves a project
A project requires planning and creativity (love), presents challenges that require problem solving (love), gives one a sense of purpose (love) and when you reach the end you can sit back and enjoy the result (love). Then you get to start all over with the next project (LOVE)!
My struggle with consistency is that it doesn’t check any of those happy boxes. Being consistent requires discipline and commitment, virtues that seem to have been misplaced somewhere within my cellular make-up.
But I do know from experience that consistency can be extremely rewarding. For example, regularly meditating or journaling makes me feel so much better. Ditto with exercising, practicing any beloved skill (guitar, vocals, dance) and staying on top of life’s chores.
I’ve been remiss in my good habits lately and have felt the need for a project to help me, so the other day while stretching after dance class this thought popped into my head: you need to make a Jar of Ten.
What the heck, you ask? Let me explain. Read more