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Posted @ 1/17/2014 4:39 AM By Claudia
The idea here is simple. Think about the last 30 days. Even consult your calendar if it makes remembering easier and reflect on these three things: Highs, Lows, and Ahas
Posted @ 12/18/2013 6:21 AM By Claudia
As you are making your list and checking it twice, how about joining us in making another list of sorts? Today is the 18th of the month; the day we like to stop what we are doing and reflect on the past 30 days.
Posted @ 11/18/2013 4:00 AM By Claudia
On the eighteenth day of each month we create space for readers to share the best thing that's happened in the last thirty days (high), the worst thing that's happened (low), and something learned (aha).
Posted @ 10/18/2013 4:00 AM By Claudia
Nothing underscores the fact that "time flies when you are having fun" more than another round of our favorite House of Shine ritual - High, Low, Aha.
Posted @ 9/18/2013 4:00 AM By Claudia
I will share my highs, lows, and ahas for the month and then maybe you will visit us in the Comment Section and share yours too.
Posted @ 8/20/2013 4:00 AM By Claudia
We made a deal that on the 18th of every month we would gather in community and we would share what's been going on in our lives for the past 30 days.
Posted @ 7/18/2013 4:00 AM By Claudia
I don't ever have to wonder what I am going to blog about. It's already set, because this is the one day of the month when we come together in community and share our highs, lows, and ahas from the past 30 days.
Posted @ 6/18/2013 4:00 AM By Claudia
The process for High-Low-Aha remains the same. I provide three prompts and you use them to reflect on your past month.
Posted @ 5/20/2013 4:00 AM By Claudia
one of the most important reasons we gather here each month to participate in our monthly High, low, aha ritual is precisely because time flies.
Posted @ 4/22/2013 4:00 AM By Claudia
Olin Miller was right when he said, "You probably wouldn't worry about what people think of you if you could know how seldom they do."