Always a Dose but Not Always a Post

Aim for Even is one #DailyDose at a time, sometimes a blog post and sometimes not.

I knew these posts would not be consecutive because I am not that person anymore. No longer do I set in stone a daily requirement that I must meet for the rest of my life.

Perhaps you, too, have known such giddiness. 🙂

While I soon realized a #DailyDose is not necessarily a daily post. I was not sure how to convey that to regular readers. So far, each post that has appeared— as well has when there has been no post—reflects my energy for the day.

This morning, I came across a quote by America Ferrera who reminded me that “I am the only one who gets to decide what my time and energy and talent goes to”— I could not describe the #DailyDose any better.compassion-102016

There is considerable thought involved in meeting the energy of my day. The amount available to me is obvious; the meditative state settles me into it. The choice I face is always the same: I can work with the energy I have or put my shoulder to the boulder and push up hill all day long.

Balance or imbalance, it’s up to me.

Riding the wave of my daily energy opens me to unusual ways of meeting my responsibilities. Each day is unique so I must come to it as a clean slate. Creativity builds confidence, a commitment to self-care.

I stay within the confines of each moment, experiencing the depth and breadth of my being. And when each is done, leaving it to itself.

Aim for Even posts offer equanimity a dose at a time. No day or dose is ever the same, even if the aim is. You may read about the origins of Aim for Even here or on this site’s About page.

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