Murdo Girl…It’s a start

I’ll tell you what! This vision board project is not easy. It sounded simple enough to design a poster board depicting my life at a point where everything is as it should be… but when I actually started to put it together, it got complicated.

I started with an unprioritized list of things that are super important to me. Then I thought about how I am currently fitting them into my life.

Do I give things that aren’t on my list too much time?

When I think about the things that I have listed, how do I feel? Do I feel satisfaction, frustration, happiness, guilt, fulfillment?

Here’s my start…the next step will be to make a poster that represents a clearer vision of a life organized around the things I’ve deemed important. (Though not mentioned, Kip is a given in all of this.)

Faith and beliefs – to be honored for sure!
Family – What do I want my relationships with my family and extended family to look like? What can I do differently to strengthen those ties?
Pet family – not many changes to make here…walk them more?
( I just noticed the typo on this Walmart pillow.) I’m having difficulty finding my grandma niche…How do I foster a closer relationship with 8 grandchildren and 4 great grandkids? I don’t live down the street like my Sanderson grandparents did.
Family of friends – I have amazing friends. How can I give back?
Home – Is it minimalistic enough? Is it welcoming to family and friends?
Travel – More! More! More!
Writing ***My heroine’s first book was roundly rejected by publishers. After working on it a few more years, She finally got it published when she was in her mid-sixties. Lack of focus is a big issue for me. Too many projects and not enough follow-up and follow-through. I can’t wait to see how this will look on my utopia poster.
Murdo Girl Blog – ?
And all the fun that goes with it…
My little side business -?
How do I best use the resources I have to reach my goals and make my dreams come true?

3 thoughts on “Murdo Girl…It’s a start

  1. scoper07 April 8, 2019 / 9:18 am

    And here I thought being retired would be less complicated. An awful lot to think about MG. I think I’ll make an imaginary vision board.


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