After interacting for a while and getting to know each other when do we get to the part where we verbally say what we want from the other?
Do we go on and on and on in peaceful ignorance or should we let one another know what our intentions are?
When should you know what your intentions are? Is there a time frame?
“Hanging out” for three months means what?
I swear I was born in the wrong era.
These waters are rough…
Day 7: Create a Life Map
Today’s challenge was to create a life map using areas we reflected on in our Day 2 of the challenge “Life Assessment.” This is where I think about where I want my life to go. This will be fun! Here goes:
Lifestyle: Big house (enough for all the fam to be cozy), big kitchen where I can experiment with new dishes and making my own hair products, living someplace WARM, Regular travel
Work: Working in a hospital setting helping patients to optimize their health by making better decisions, advocating on patient’s behalf
Education: Master’s Degree, photography class
Finances: No debt, good credit score and 6 months worth of savings
Health: Regular check ups, eating healthy and maintaining my vegetarian diet
Family: Regular time spent with family members. Together for holidays.
Relationships: Married with baby on the way and maintaining my friendships
Day 8: Reflection
The most important thing I learned about myself this week is that with a little determination I can get anything done.
My favorite exercise this week was the life map. It was so fun to envision where I want to be.
I probably struggled the most on the mission statement. I’ve never had to write one about my life.
I value TRUTH, honesty, commitment, loyalty and trust. I am the daughter of the Most High God and will act accordingly. I am blessed beyond comprehension. I am saved and sanctified by the blood of Jesus which allows me power over the enemy.
I value health, wholeness, nature and preservation. I strive to stomp out injustice and to advocate for the defenseless.
I am passionate about the arts and will use my talents for the Lord.
I will take every experience in my life as a valuable lesson and grow as an individual.
I will continue to strive to make this world a better place by educating and spreading knowledge.
Lastly, I will live life without fear. For God holds me in the palm of His hand. Life without borders.
Today we were asked to write a love letter to ourselves…here goes:
Dear future Aisha,
Congrats on all the progress you’ve made so far! Now you have even more to be grateful for in each area of your life, including :
Lifestyle: I love that you’ve been going to church and bible classes every week. This will really help you to be spiritually full to prepare you for God’s next level.
Work: I love how you’ve taken initiative at the internship and have implemented your plans and ideas.
Education: I LOVE how you are ONE MONTH away from graduation. I KNOW the battle it has been but YOU ARE ALMOST THERE! DON’T GIVE UP! FINISH STRONG!
Finances: Love how you saved up for that licensing exam! That thing is EXPENSIVE!
Health: I love how you’ve been going to yoga every week! It really helps to calm your mind, body and spirit and prepare you for the hard week of school and internship ahead!
Family: I love my family’s continued support and patience through this LAST semester of grad school. I love them for it.
Relationships: I love how you’ve managed to stay in contact with your friends on a weekly basis through weekly e-mails. The encouragement and feedback you get back has helped you throughout the semester!
Your life is so much better now and it’s all because of your hard work. Keep it up!
Loving you now and always,
*I will be using the website www.futureme.org to send this to myself in an e-mail three months from now. I will get this in April and hopefully these things will have been accomplished*