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Before I continue in this series, I think it’s important that I make it clear that I’m writing this just as much for myself as for anyone else. I’m not trying to say I’ve got this all figured out and I have found the key to living a life full of meaning at every turn. In fact, quite the opposite.
I find so often that I am far more likely to get in the rut of my everyday, mundane life rather than find meaning in my days. I tend to go through the routine of life, moving from one thing to the next without really thinking. Or I get so busy with all my to-do lists that I don’t stop and focus on what is most important.
But that is not how I want to live. I want to be intentional. I want to live a life of meaning. So, that is what I am striving for, but on so so many days falling short.
When I started this blog, part of my purpose was to create a space where I could share a little bit of how I find meaning in life’s little moments. And in doing that, remind myself to look for the meaningful in the mundane.
So through this series I hope to share some of the ways I have found to make the mundane meaningful, along with some of my everyday moments, and some of the things that are important and meaningful to me.
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