That's One Hundred Days of Keeping for this year! Sometime this week let's give ourselves the gift of a block of time with a pencil and paper to notice what has been seeded. We may be surprised once we start writing: How did you fare in your keeping? How many entries did you make? Did you establish a keeping cadence? What do you see about the days you missed? What do you notice about this particular notebook that you hadn't before? What do you notice about yourself? Can you point to any emotions or recurring thoughts coming from our practice? Is there a pattern emerging in the "thoughts that burn?" Is there anything more vital to you since the beginning of this practice? (as in "forms of vitality?") Are you alive to anything new? Do you have new thoughts about your students or your classroom? If you like, share below. If you only participated with your desire, why not make some notes about next year!
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