Day 3255: What’s a good next step for you?

Last night before I went to bed, a good next step for me was to ask this question on Twitter:

A good next step for some was to answer my question.

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A good next step for me is to share these images in today’s blog:

Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “a good next step”:

A good next step is for me to share how that video reminds me of an Opening the Heart retreat when we all danced blindfolded and staff made sure we didn’t bump into each other. That was a good next step for me, decades ago, to experience joy of movement without self-consciousness.

A good next step for me, here and now, is to get ready for my one day each week of in-person work at the hospital.

What’s a good next step for you?

A good next step is gratitude, so thanks to all who took the step of visiting this blog, including YOU!

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10 thoughts on “Day 3255: What’s a good next step for you?

  1. My good next step is to get back to helping the community at the library after my four-day holiday break at home, Ann.

  2. i like to make my next steps baby steps, as i try new things, venture beyond my comfort level, learn, and make my way through life.

  3. An early night to nurse a cold I think!

  4. A good next step means planning a future event. There are endless possibilities, however, society is keen on suggesting material goods in order to make an event successful. The next best step involves having to value the essential, looking for beauty where there is none, making something out nothing, watching nature as it reveals something new and different each day.

  5. When I’ve finished reading these posts I will step to the front door and pick up the snail mail

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