Alright, we’ve cleaned house and cleared up our big visions and goals for the rest of this year so we can end this year with more of our MOJO Life at hand than we’ve ever had before. But, now that we have all this stuff in mind we want to do, and much of it every day at that, how do we begin to prioritize things so we can actually do what we dream of in our daily lives?
Maybe it's the gardener in me. For some reason fall, nay autumn (I've always loved that word), feels like a natural time to clear out the old and make preparations for the new. Often, spring is thought of as the time for cleaning out that which has become stale, musty, and old. Yet, to me, autumn is equally as worthy of a good clearing out. Gardeners are well aware of nature's cycle, even in a seemingly consistent climate such as ours. There are subtle, yet definitive, seasons (even here) in which certain things thrive and others die back. This is critical to the inherent diversity and balance of natural life. Autumn is the time for reaping the harvests of all our hard work from summer, preparing to rest and restore through the winter before life can begin flourishing anew in the spring.