CHALLENGE OF THE WEEK: What you’re doing for YOU!

By Ebin Barnett

This week it’s all about you!

Share what you are going to do for YOU this week!

Treat yourself to something nice, spend more time reflecting, take yourself on a date… What will it be? You owe it to yourself.

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Hi! I'm a husband, father of two beautiful adopted baby girls and a 10-Year-Cubical-Reject. After a 15 year battle with alcohol, my life came crashing down and out of the ashes, Intention Inspired was born with my brother Matt. This is my re-awakening journey to sobriety and living an intention inspired lifestyle. I am hoping to help you do the same. Loving the Journey- Ebin
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Tumi
Tumi

Hi Boitumelo here, I am going to do some major self-introsprction and reflection and work on areas of my life where I feel I need to heal. I am also going to finish reading the books I started but did not finish.

Amber
Amber

This week I will make some time to sip on my favorite fall time drink, sit outside and enjoy the weather and write for fun!

Bella
Bella

I am going to let people care about me.
I always push people away because I fear being loved and cared for.
I will stop ignoring people when they try to highlight my qualities, and try harder to accept that I am a worthy human being.
I will stop isolating myself, and open up my heart to love and compassion.

Jeanette
Jeanette

Hi it’s jeanette here ,
To treat myself I am going to find the pleasure of giving rather than receiving , too often the world and the society is about receiving , just today I received a small parcel with things for my journal , it made my day , the world and no one in it owes us nothing really , rather we owe it things by being the best we can and helping others

Boni
Boni

This week I am going to simply remind myself to ….be still. My mind is always turning and twisting around in itself. When I say….be still….to myself, it quiets down. It’s so nice. It’s a gift I give myself.

kim
kim

Taking a long, hot bubble bath

Carol
Carol

My 94 father passed 1.5 weeks ago. He died on the way to his guardianship hearing. Good (God) timing. I prayed that he would get his freedom and he ironically did. This week, I am focusing on health, eating well, exercising and sorting through the memories of my dad. He was abused by his interim guardian–they kept him isolated for 2 months–away from family and people who loved him. I have taken steps to become a certified guardian, to do things right and stop abusive guardianships. So that others will not die the way my dad did–alone & lonely.

Lisa Manzer
Lisa Manzer

I am going to take time to be by myself. I am going to breathe and enjoy that breathing. I am going to allow myself that time to relax and be quiet. I rush around all the time and I don’t even know why. I eat fast, walk fast, clean the house fast, etc. I want to appreciate every moment and live in the present. I want to taste the food I eat and feel the grass under my feet, I want to enjoy the act of performing routine tasks and appreciating that moment. I need to remember to do this. That is the hard part.

Jennifer
Jennifer

This week I plan to take more time for me through reading more.

Debi
Debi

I amf applying to grad school to update my journalism skills.

Bella
Bella

I am going to let people care about me.
I always push people away because I fear being loved and cared for.
I will stop ignoring people when they try to highlight my qualities, and try harder to accept that I am a worthy human being.
I will stop isolating myself, and open up my heart to love and compassion.

Jeanette
Jeanette

Hi it’s jeanette here ,
To treat myself I am going to find the pleasure of giving rather than receiving , too often the world and the society is about receiving , just today I received a small parcel with things for my journal , it made my day , the world and no one in it owes us nothing really , rather we owe it things by being the best we can and helping others

Boni
Boni

This week I am going to simply remind myself to ….be still. My mind is always turning and twisting around in itself. When I say….be still….to myself, it quiets down. It’s so nice. It’s a gift I give myself.

kim
kim

Taking a long, hot bubble bath

Carol
Carol

My 94 father passed 1.5 weeks ago. He died on the way to his guardianship hearing. Good (God) timing. I prayed that he would get his freedom and he ironically did. This week, I am focusing on health, eating well, exercising and sorting through the memories of my dad. He was abused by his interim guardian–they kept him isolated for 2 months–away from family and people who loved him. I have taken steps to become a certified guardian, to do things right and stop abusive guardianships. So that others will not die the way my dad did–alone & lonely.

Lisa Manzer
Lisa Manzer

I am going to take time to be by myself. I am going to breathe and enjoy that breathing. I am going to allow myself that time to relax and be quiet. I rush around all the time and I don’t even know why. I eat fast, walk fast, clean the house fast, etc. I want to appreciate every moment and live in the present. I want to taste the food I eat and feel the grass under my feet, I want to enjoy the act of performing routine tasks and appreciating that moment. I need to remember to do this. That is the hard part.

Jennifer
Jennifer

This week I plan to take more time for me through reading more.

Debi
Debi

I amf applying to grad school to update my journalism skills.

Tumi
Tumi

Hi Boitumelo here, I am going to do some major self-introsprction and reflection and work on areas of my life where I feel I need to heal. I am also going to finish reading the books I started but did not finish.

Amber
Amber

This week I will make some time to sip on my favorite fall time drink, sit outside and enjoy the weather and write for fun!

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