Blood Moon Progress 2019

The last two weeks have been a whirlwind of activity for me. I had the biggest (and awesomest) release EVER and am still getting my head around everything I’ve learned and continue to learn from that experience. I’ve also been thinking about my Blood Moon goals and focusing on finding areas of my life where I can cut back so I can spend more of my time and energy on what really matters.

The biggest epiphany to come from this seems so simple and obvious (as most of the best epiphanies are). Continue reading “Blood Moon Progress 2019”

Blood Moon Goals 2019

The full moon in October is sometimes called the Blood Moon. I think about names that various cultures have given to the full moons each month to try to connect with the people who have walked this world before me and imagine what they were thinking when they came up with each name.

After the harvest, I imagine the focus turned toward putting food away to last through the Winter and Spring Continue reading “Blood Moon Goals 2019”

Harvest Moon Progress 2019

How are you doing? My progress toward my Harvest Moon goals hit a bit of a rough patch in the form of a late-Summer cold (hence the lateness of this post). I’m back on my feet and mostly recovered, but have a lot of lost ground to catch up on!

Still, I made some big strides in the past two weeks. There are many exciting things in the works in Cassland! Continue reading “Harvest Moon Progress 2019”

The Flower Moon in Full Bloom

So many projects are wrapping up right now, and they’ve bloomed wonderfully. I had a few things happen that I normally would worry about, but instead I paused, took a deep breath, and reminded myself to have faith in the universe. And so far, things are mostly working out 🙂

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When I waste my energy on worrying, not only do I not have as many resources available to deal with things when they do go wrong, but when things go right (and they usually do) I’ve thrown away all that time that I could have been spending productively!

Mark Twain captured it best:

“I’ve lived through some terrible things in my life, some of which actually happened.”

Mark Twain

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