Here we are. Last year (unbeknownst to me how applicable this would be), I made it a goal to buy less. Why, you ask? Well, it's pretty simple logic. There's a concept of SANTOSHA in yoga that means satisfaction. It's one I have been playing with my whole life to be honest. The desire to be grateful for what I have, and not live in excess. This is how it manifests for me at least, or how I want it to manifest in my life.
February has come and gone like it always does. Concept of time makes no sense to me, as some things go by so fast and some things go by so slow. As I reflect back on this past month, I'm auditing all the places where I was compassionate and filled with love. How did I handle certain situations--was it with grace as I promised myself I would, or with annoyance and rigidity? I want to compare my actions with the intentions I set forth at the beginning of the year.
One month is officially over in 2021. I have to admit, it wasn't as slow as it usually is. Maybe I have a more renewed sense of life. I hope to share my monthly thoughts with you guys this year, as I want to be more intentionally reflective. So, I guess this is part brain dump, part reflection, part things that I loved, and part things I'm looking forward to in the upcoming months. Let's go!