I’m not going to lie. The first few weeks have seemed a bit confusing. I like structure and organization, and it has felt like I have been completely out of control. Kind of like Blind Faith. Although I have not completed everything 100% every day, I find that with time, I remember more and am finishing all tasks with increasing regularity. I’m working on building those good habits.
And, today things are starting to come together. It’s amazing how I feel more slightly more peaceful when things start to make more sense. I do realize that the puzzle pieces are still haphazard, though I am noticing that a few pieces along the edge are starting to be put together and it is exciting.
Cheers to completing Week 3’s homework and watching more of the puzzle unfold.
Isn’t that somewhat typical of any new unfamiliar thing? I can relate! (You’ve got this!)
Cheers and congrats! Take each step at a time and go forward! The cement is chipping away……
Good job Loriann, isn’t it great when things come together? Keep going, in faith, more peace appears.
Miss Loriann, it is a great feeling when something clicks and progress is seen, keep it up.
Miss Julia, I liked that quote as well from Allan.
Glad your puzzle is coming together!
Week three and you are already discovering with such clarity what you unfold thru the habits. Well done!
I can completely relate! I keep feeling like I’ve forgotten something, then I check my notes and I’m relieved to find I am doing all the things. LOL I think like you mentioned, it will feel more familiar soon.
It really is great when the pieces start to fit together Lisa. You will end up with a beautiful picture which is your life. Believe in the process, it will all make sense.
I have felt confused these first couple weeks as well. Here’s to blind faith and trusting the process!
Week 3 done, LoriAnn. Love it that you recognize that you are developing “good habits”… You wrote it, I believe it.
Go over to read Allan Smith’s week 3. Here’s a quote I grabbed from him.
“what we are doing in MKE is not only building new habits but (much more importantly) building a process of building habits. We’re harnessing the power of imagining a new behavior and repeating it to educate the unconscious mind” Allan Smith.
Keep finding peace in the progression, Loriann. Those habits become beloved friends.