Unravelling the Year Ahead

 

Briana Morrison, Chico Lifestyle Photographer, Susannah Conway, Unravelling

I spent my entire evening working on Susannah Conway’s Unravelling The Year Ahead 2013 workbook.  I sat in my favorite room of the house, at the table my mom painted for me years ago.  I collected candles on antique china saucers and a little bronze cat figurine I brought home from Morocco to set the scene.

Though my hand is a bit sore from handwriting for so long, I am left feeling hopeful and ready to tackle the new year with intention.

2012 flew by at full speed bringing me adventures beyond what I had ever dreamed, new friends, new mentors, a new job, my very first nephew, and a host of other wonderful goodies.  It was a great year and it opened my eyes to all that is possible for me in 2013.

I will share more about my special word for 2013 in the new year but for now I’d like to bask in what is left of 2012.  Just a few more weeks to go before a whole new canvas opens up before us.

In other news, The Desire Map by Danielle LaPorte launches today!  I can’t wait to take a deeper approach to mapping out my desires for the new year.  After working through the Unravelling The Year Ahead workbook I have a better understanding of what I’d like to get out of 2013 and now I need to dive in and figure out how I’m going to bring those things into my life.  I’ve attached the program trailer below so you can check it out for yourself.  Danielle nails it, every time!

  • JasmineDecember 5, 2012 - 4:34 pm

    What you are (inadvertently) inspiring me to do, as a result of this post, is pick up where I left off with The Artist’s Way. Not to mention checking this out, of course. Thanks, Bria!ReplyCancel

    • BriaDecember 5, 2012 - 4:37 pm

      Jasmine – Yay for inspiration, wherever it leads! haha I have’t read The Artist’s Way yet so I’d love to hear what you think when you’re done. :-)ReplyCancel

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