Hi. I'm so new I'm already overwhelmed without having done anything yet. However, reading Rina's journal caused me to think - hey, I may not have done any "real work" yet, but the time I'm investing in learning how to do this does count for something!
So here I go:
Day 001 -
*I have read most of BARM my own way - which is all the chapters out of order, depending on my mood. Today I have started reading BARM the conventional way, which is from beginning to end. Still on chapter 2.
*I have searched several topics on this site and read relevant posts, which led me to this fabulous journal thing.
*Article I earmarked for today: The one about "Bird-dogging" by Anita.
*I am posting a journal, which creates visibility and accountability, (I hope), as people respond like, "Hey - dude, haven't heard from you in a while, you gonna do this thing or what?"
*After posting this I am re-reading the Bird-dogging article and taking notes.
Yep, this is me learning how to roll over onto my stomach -
so I can rock back and forth on my hands and knees while drooling and giggling -
so I can learn how to crawl -
and then pull up on stuff -
and then do that adorable wobbly walking thing -
and then take off running so I can fall down a whole bunch of times and get back up and try it all over again.
"If it's not helping somebody, it's not worthwhile."