Living with a one-month perspective

I still have it–this note on my mirror:

I walked by it the other day and paused, remembering the One-Month journey I took a few years ago after reading the New York Times bestseller One Month to Live . The book impacted me so much that I blogged about it for thirty days and invited readers to join me.

And whenever I look at that note, I am reminded to view life from a one-month perspective.

If you’re new here (or even if you aren’t) I wanted to share the journey again. Because we can all use the reminder (including me) to live each day intentionally,

to the fullest,

with all the love and passion that we can,

and to take nothing for granted…

Here are the posts from that month. I hope you will be inspired like I was by looking at life, and parenting, this way…

Making Each Moment Count

What Really Matters

There’s a Moose in Our House

What I’ve Learned

“Time once spent cannot be reclaimed. Once an hour, minute, or moment is over, it’s gone forever. However, we can redeem the remaining time we have.”

And a quote by Diane Ackerman… “I don’t want to get to the end of my life and find that I have just lived the length of it. I want to have lived the width of it as well.”



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