Wednesday, October 10, 2007


Thanks to those of you who jumped in yesterday. Don't forget that you can email your answers to, blog about it and link here, or jump in the comments. This week is setting the stage for the next few weeks and getting your brain warmed up could help you. Not only is there self actualization at the end of the tunnel there are some hot hot prizes.

So for today. Get your gears moving. Tell us what really gets you fired up. What matters to you? What is at the core of who you are and want to be?

Five Things on Wednesday: What are the five things that are at the core RIGHT now of your life. Don't sugar coat. Don't hide from it. Tell us what really matters to you.


Funky Finds said...

things that REALLY matter to me:
1. God
2. Family
3. Animals
4. Art & creating
5. Happiness

Pam said...

1. my faith in Jesus
2. my family
3. my friends/people, in general
4. art,photography,crafting,sewing as an expression of myself and a means to communicate the past, the present and future hopes and dreams.
5. nature and gardening

Difficult to narrow it down to five things

Liz said...

1) my family and keeping them healthy
2) my home and making it an interesting and beautiful place to live and work
3) Keeping up with the friends who really matter and finding ways to disengage from the ones who don't
4)Learning to respect my body and feed it good things and use it to try new things and push my physical limits
5) Finding new ways to use mind that bolster my creativity and make an impact on the space around me (sometimes in the greater existentialist world)

angieoh! said...

Keep up the comments ladies, I love them so far.

Here is my list.

1) My relationship with my husband. I don't care that people think it is lame that we do not make plans on Sundays. That is our day, and I intend to keep it that way for as long as possible.

2) My true friends. I feel so blessed to have these people in my life and I hope they know it.

3) My community in both a local and national sense. I am proud to live in a place where freedom and participation are valued -I intend to take advantage of it.

4) cooking homemade food. This might sound dorky but this is a true joy in my life and it helps keep me centered and calm.

5) my family. things are not always perfect or smooth but I am committed to being part of this unit.

amyyo said... husband daughter friends family
5.our health

Beth said...

A large part of my life is made up of the following five things (not all good, either).

1. grief
2. time spent with family and friends
3. uncertainty
4. education
5. responsibility

Kerry said...

Haven't posted here in a long while :( bug I have been lurking and reading.
So here are my answers.
1) my family
2) Learning to keep my faith.
3) getting organized (my whole life not just things)
4) being strong in the next coming weeks
5) getting back in touch with friends and family that don't live near

Roni said...

1. family
2. health
3. making our home the destination
4. the journey
5. being a good person

Regina said...

Things that really matter to me...

1- GOD
2- My children
3- My daughter-in-law & grandbaby
4- My mother
5- My sister & her children

Since I started blogging (huumm, 3 days ago!) this has been one of the most interesting blogs I've visted! Are you doctors, social workers, or just very thought provoking people?

Josie_24 said...

I know it's not Wednesday but I've decided to try doing these--I need to do some soul searching...

I posted about it on my blog in the "New blog I found":

Anonymous said...

I would love to get in on this
I am going to post here and on my blog,
I always forget I have a blog. Maybe this will get my juices flowing

1.My Family come first and foremost. They are what carries me through life.
2.God, is important to our entire family. Without him we have nothing.
3.Health of my family, with a sis that is a 2 time Breast Cancer Survivor good health is very important
4.My 2 kids, Shannon is married and 28 and is my best friend in the world. Richie is almost 17 and cracks me up, that child makes you laugh when you want to cry.
I adore my kids
5.My friends, with moving every 2 years since 1988 due to hubbys job I learned that friends GOOD FRIENDS if you can count them on ONE HAND you should feel truly blessed.