How has your time shifted this year?

Don’t tell me your priorities. Show me your calendar. ~ Shane Parrish

We’ve talked this week about slowing down our pace, to give room for rest and reflection. One of the things I’ve been reflecting on is how I’ve spent my time in 2020.

This year was exceptional, but some of the ways I reacted to the pandemic, social and political crises, and general disruption have now become habits. Some of them good, others need to change!

In 2020 I spent way more time on Twitter than I ever did before, doom scrolling mostly. That’s something I definitely need to stop doing.

In 2020 I spent way more time outside. In part, because it was the only way to see my friends safely, but regardless of why, it’s a habit I want to continue.

If you’ve been around here for a while, you may know that I’m not a huge fan of “New Year’s Resolutions,” but I am a fan of taking time to look back on the year and make changes.

This year I’m trying some new questions:

  1. Where do I want to stop spending time? What am I spending time on that’s not producing joy or money?
  2. Where do I want to start spending time? Where do I suspect that there is more joy and money?
  3. What is just right? What do I want to keep doing?
  4. What did I learn this year that I don’t want to forget?

I’d love to hear where those questions take you. If you spend time with them, hit reply and let me know what came from that.

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