There’s soooo much I want to do in 2022!
I’ve got a couple of doozies like publishing 6 or 7 books and buying a house.
I also have some easier fun ones like, starting each day with a positive quotation, reading a poem-a-day (thanks to the Poetry Foundation for sending those), trying 22 new-to-me soup recipes, participating in a photo challenge, and creating a blackout poem daily.
Blackout poetry consists of taking a text (I use pages from a book that was falling apart) blacking out a bunch of it and what’s left is your “poem”. For me it’s a no-pressure way to jumpstart creativity. Here’s the first I did this year:
And the first soup I made this year was this carrot-ginger-coconut milk concoction. It was….okay (then again, I don’t love carrots).
The first quote I read this year was from Ralph Waldo Emerson: Do not go where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.
I’ll try to remember to check in regularly with updates on the trail I’m blazing through 2022.
Love this – love the blackout poem (never heard of that form before – interesting). I did a soup and bread challenge a couple of years ago and ended up with about a dozen soup recipes that are on permanent rotation.
Good luck with your goals – fingers crossed for you buying your house <3