Welcome to the . . .

It’s January . . . and here at the Museum of Me I’m pleased to open this month’s new-and-exciting INTERACTIVE exhibit!

This month’s exhibit features an open ended question:

Five years from now I will be doing . . .

So, imagine with me.
It’s January 2028 . . . and we have just welcomed in the new year.

What will we be doing?

Five years . . . 260 weeks . . . 1,825 days . . . 2,333,000 minutes.
What will you do with it? What could you do with it?

Last year, I wrote a lot about shifting my perspective and my energy. One question that always hovered on the edge of my thoughts was this: What do I want to do with what’s left of my life? In five years, I’d be incredibly happy to have my life look . . . much the same as it does right now. (With maybe less world trauma and political drama, of course.) And I plan to work hard to keep myself healthy and active and curious . . . so I can make the most of my days . . . still able to do pretty much what I do now. Maybe with a bit more travel and adventure? But mostly . . . I want to be here. Loving Tom. Making stuff. Digging in my garden. Recognizing the good things in life. Still.

How about YOU?
What will you be doing in five years?


Thanks for visiting the Museum of Me. Watch for new exhibits . . . on the 2nd Friday of each month. If you’re a blogger and you’d like to create a Museum of Me along with me on your own blog, let me know. I’ll send you our “exhibit schedule” (a list of monthly prompts) and we can tell our stories together.