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    Post your 100+ things why you’re AMAZING lists here. 🙂 <3


    Katie Rose Parisi’s list:

    100 Things That make me amazing:

    1. I am a talented vocalist
    2. I am a strong swimmer
    3. I am pretty darn funny
    4. Wit comes easy
    5. I connect well with people
    6. I LOVE children and they love me
    7. I have had had my niece part time since she was 3, she will be 9 in August and is the best thing that has ever happened to me.
    8. I found my soul mate and I married him
    9. I planned the most magical, emotional and beautiful wedding ever. Quite literally, the wedding of my dreams
    10. I am a sales coach
    11. I train others well
    12. I am honest
    13. I am fiercely loyal
    14. I stand up for what’s right
    15. I have a strong work ethic
    16. I am trustworthy
    17. I am kind
    18. I can be a lot of fun
    19. I present well in meetings and events
    20. I am not shy
    21. I can strike up a conversation with literally anyone
    22. I help others see their potential
    23. I love to learn
    24. I am good at finding efficient processes
    25. I am resourceful
    26. I have beautiful gold colored eyes with specs inside
    27. I am tall
    28. I have strong, beautiful hair
    29. I have strong legs
    30. I make friends easily
    31. I am always fair
    32. I am a wonderful stepmom
    33. I am an amazing aunt
    34. I am a quick learner
    35. I stay true to my commitments
    36. I am a great friend
    37. I am ambitious
    38. I can self motivate
    39. I’m a good listener
    40. I can multitask
    41. I am very organized with my work
    42. I enjoy writing
    43. I love to climb trees
    44. I love to be around any type of flowing water
    45. I can be adventurous
    46. I have my motorcycle license
    47. I know how to and enjoy snowboarding
    48. I know how to ride and enjoy sand ATVs
    49. I can follow instructions well
    50. I have a great smile
    51. I love to travel and experience new places in the world
    52. I am extremely empathetic
    53. I am not afraid to tell people how I feel
    54. I am a protector
    55. I find beauty in all things
    56. I have frequent visits from those who have passed on
    57. I am a problem solver
    58. I have a very distinct and strong speaking voice.
    59. I love to set goals and achieve them
    60. I enjoy writing thank you notes to show my appreciation of others
    61. I am independent
    62. I am self sufficient
    63. I enjoy giving back to my community and often volunteer
    64. I understood the law of attraction at a very young age.
    65. When I was 5, I told me brother that stories in the Bible were not real or actual events, but instead were examples to teach us a lesson.
    66. I was offered the job for each position I have applied for.
    67. I have been promoted a dozen times
    68. I have an entire storage closet of awards I received from my work performance
    69. I received an award for “Citizenship” when I was in the 2nd grade
    70. I know how to balance a spoon on my nose and sometimes get the inclination to do so in a restaurant
    71. I make smart financial decisions
    72. I feel powerful next to the ocean
    73. I got straight A’s in high school
    74. I got my real first job at 13
    75. I have can be sassy
    76. I’ve been told I wear rose colored glasses
    77. I was an entrepreneur at a young age and knew I was capable
    78. I had a visit from, who I thought was Jesus at the age of 7. When my Catholic school teacher told me I was crazy, I stood up for myself and my beliefs. I also convinced my guardian to let me change schools.
    79. I can speak enough Spanish to impress people in Central and South America.
    80. I am a great planner
    81. When my Uncle could not speak at my grandfathers memorial, I took the reigns and delivered a powerful & beautiful eulogy on the spot
    82. I have a strong presence
    83. I am approachable
    84. I am coachable
    85. I am really good at drinking enough water for my body
    86. I can forgive
    87. I am moved by acts of kindness
    88. I have a positive relationship with my Husbands ex wife (My step children’s mom)
    89. I won my first singing competition at the age of 8
    90. I experience serendipitous moments often and have all of my life
    91. I have always received positive performance reviews in all of my positions through the years
    92. I make a positive impact in team environments
    93. I give really good hugs
    94. I believe there is good in everyone and everything
    95. I believe love is the answer to the world’s problems
    96. I am curious and always wanting more information
    97. I am a romantic
    98. I quit drinking on my own
    99. I have made a commitment to change my life and do the work
    100. I asked the universe to help me find myself again and attracted this program. And even though it’s scary, I am ready and not looking back!


    Annette Trisler’s list:

    100 Cool Things About Me

    1. genius at recycling – envisioning and coaxing life out of old/used things
    2. super sensitive to everyone’s energy around me
    3. can project my energy and intentions onto others and influence them (plant my thoughts/intentions in them) and can manifest events circumstances
    4. my energy comes from heart center – is powerful and fiery
    5. I am connected to God, He has walked and talked with me all the days of my life
    6. I have an eye for beauty and symmetry – garden design, interior design, plans, business models, working systems, etc… discordant items strike me and I can make/suggest adjustments to balance and open energy flow – this is intuitive/non-trained
    7. I have a circle of lovely loving girlfriends who make me laugh completely distract me from life and love me and would like to kill my parents
    8. I am able to identity people who will not serve/benefit/help/love me – but do not understand/see me and will try to change/shame/control me. I can sense their energy and I react strongly against it (shut them out/I close off) (another trigger I guess – but it serves)
    9. I know how to take care of my body – I’ve done the work and research and know how to maintain highly functional homeostasis in the face of extreme dysfunction and stress
    10. I am compelled to learn and love and live my best life (working out the how)
    11. I am open and humble, and want to learn. I seek my shortcomings (many) and am discovering the depth of them and am courageously confronting them and engaging to mitigate and exorcise them from my life
    12. I am resilient – titanium. I’ve taken tons of blows and keep reviving and tagging back into the ring.
    13. I love animals. I connect with them.
    14. I love children. I connect with them.
    15. I love the earth. I know/remember the earth. I am transported by the beauty, power, sensory experiences… I’m a pretty primal and grounded being.
    16. I am smart. I make connections well, and once started, my consciousness stream gets some momentum and makes new pathways – some revelatory epiphanies, new contributions. Lately, collaborating the product has been mindblowing.
    17. I am an idealist – I want to live in a world in a condition of how it could be. Does this mean I am hopeful. Does this mean I am delusional? Does this mean I am selfish and willful? I think it means I see the beauty and potential in all this brokenness and can SEE how it could be, how it was intended to be, and I cling to my hope that it will be so.
    18. I have ideas that are novel and will help connect and heal people. I desire to do a great work. I also have a desire to nurture and nest and love celebrate and be. Conflict, or integrate?
    19. I was/am an inspired mother.
    20. I hear and am open and respond enthusiastically to calls. I want to know what is around the bend ahead – so curious, love exploration and growth. Courageous here.
    21. I can manage many many things well… at the same time.
    22. I am a great analyst – don’t leave many stones unturned. I’m a bit rusty, but this is a great strength of mine – tireless in my pursuit of the highest and best proposal/solution to the project at hand.
    23. I have a huge range of interests and I have tirelessly educated myself.
    24. I connect with people – most people like and resonate with me. I believe they are left curious about me.
    25. People look to me for leadership, direction. I don’t always (or even often) accept the responsibility.
    26. I attract guides and healers and mentors whom I need, when I need them. They always appear at the right time.
    27. My body is very responsive to healing energy – it’s been broken and battered, but it rallies and responds and heals when offered loving and attentive care. It wants to be strong and beautiful and healthy.
    28. I have a ton of energy and ideas I want to live out (missing is the actual living out).
    29. I am passionate about what I love. Passion.
    30. I attract what I need in general. My resonance seeks out compatible and healing the mutually serving resonances.
    31. Music heals and instructs me. My songs just come to me (not my compositions, but my prophets come to me through song, they find me at the perfect times).
    32. I am visionary. I often see things before they realize – usually societal, large shifts. Not so much personal.
    33. I love to grow things – new fresh things like plants, babies, and heal broken things make them whole and give them new life. I can visualize this.
    34. I love to sing – not particularly well, but with enthusiasm.
    35. I love to ride horses, particularly in the mountains. Combines two of my favorites.
    36. I love to walk/run a mountain trail with my dogs every morning. It’s beautiful and connecting and exhilarating and keeps my hips open (do lunges at half-way point). I pray on the way up and am open for answers (which always come) on the way down.
    37. I am a super sharp businessperson.
    38. I make really good broccoli and salmon encoutre.
    39. I lose and stretch myself in yoga – very expressive for me.
    40. My imagination is limitless – I am open to all possibilities.
    41. I live in a state of hope, always search for the constructive/positive/hopeful solution to problems.
    42. I’m a good teacher – children love to learn from me (the connected ones, anyway).
    43. I’m a good writer – I achieve a lovely cadence and love meticulously considering word selection.
    44. I am frequently inspired and love working through to manifest the visions – the process always evolves and I love the ride and unknown destination – birthday parties, construction projects, garden design…. The progress begins with a general vision and progresses intuitively.
    45. I know almost every hymn and they come to me as instruction when I need them.
    46. I am curious and brave.
    47. I am an accomplished naturalist. I lead hikes for 5th graders in their annual Outdoor Education.
    48. I have studied/applied and am knowledgeable about natural healing.
    49. I have all organic gardens.
    50. My property is a closed system – other than buying organic hay for my horses, I compost the manure which is used in my gardens, and the soil is all virgin soil that sloughs of my mountain side.
    51. I have a complex veggie oil system to use recycled restaurant/fryer oil in my diesel vehicles.
    52. My personal landscape has been predominately native plants for about twenty years. Most of these plants were sourced from my hikes in the Santa Monica Mountains.
    53. I am knowledgeable about edible and medicinal plants in the Santa Monica Mountains – I do forage healing herbs as well as grow them.
    54. I have seen multiple cave painting sites in the Santa Monica Mountains that are not available to the public.
    55. I am dear friends with the only woman who ran around the world – Rosie Swale Pope.
    56. I have survived a stroke, multiple broken bones (including fractured skull), two brain tumors (benign), collapsed lung… and at age 52 consider myself in my prime – perhaps the healthiest and strongest I’ve ever been.
    57. I homeschooled my son… it was amazing. I organized our own private school so we were under no one’s auspices and developed his curriculum. He is a classically trained pianist, proficient in Latin (currently has a fellowship from Pepperdine to assist a professor translating a Vulgate Bible, brilliant scholar, talented athlete, inspiring singer, courageous explorer and lover of life – I attribute so much of this to the time that we had to develop HIM into his own unique self, that was afforded us during homeschooling.
    58. I walked the Camino de Santiago over the summer – from southern France across northern Spain – 800 km, and received my Compostela.
    59. I developed a group of intimate friends during my pilgrimage (above) and they are some of the dearest people in my life. Our Camino family ages ranged from 17-76, included a priest, a mystic, and people from 6 different countries.
    60. I drove my horses 900 miles by myself over night to a ranch in New Mexico, in order to show up for my 6-week private retreat, where I’m committed to putting my personal growth as my priority.
    61. I am training to do my first Ride & Tie with my son and our horse, Traveler, this June. So excited!
    62. I am training/working with my rescue Thoroughbred/Warmblood, Phoenix, in dressage. Phoenix was an orphaned and neglected horse with substantial trauma, and he’s a huge project. We love and trust each other.
    63. After biting my nails my entire life, I stopped about 1.5 months ago after having an intuitive healing session where I spontaneously spent time communicating with “myself” as a little girl (9-10 years old). One night out of the blue, I woke in a panic looking for an old photo of myself at that age, and I brought it to bed with me, where I slept with it for the next 3 nights. The following morning, I intuitively had an extensive conversation with “her” as I would my son, mothering her and loving her and validating her experiences as a child. I never had the urge to bite my nails following that evening.
    64. My grandmother was Chiricahua Apache, and I am currently reconnecting with her tribe.
    65. I will buy a ranch in Silver City, New Mexico, and begin a new life here.
    66. After many years of chronic disease, at age 28+/-, I realized the toxic levels I was exposed to in my environment and through research and intuition removed/eliminated those toxin both environmental and food, and largely healed myself – I am completely comfortable now after enduring significant pain for a very long time.
    67. I am the first person in my family to go to college.
    68. I co-owned a commercial real estate mortgage brokerage firm at age 24. My 50% partner was a high-powered broker out of Chicago, and our affiliates were the most powerful developers in the Midwest. I still hold my broker’s license.
    69. After the Northridge earthquake, I organized policyholders as a consumer advocate (intuitive response) throughout the SF Valley to educate and learn how to advocate for ourselves in the face of insurance company corruption and exploitation. I met with Tom Hayden and Ralph Nader in a small strategic group and was asked by Ina Delong to join her team. (declined)
    70. I achieved a $650,000 insurance settlement out of my $275,000 policy, though research and tons of hard work and resilience and negotiation. It took two full years, but it was worth it.
    71. I have only one kidney (congenital or alien abduction – not sure which 😜).
    72. I am currently in seminary – earning my MA in Theology. My greatest interest is theosis.
    73. I have a rose bush owned by my beloved grandmother, gone 23 years, in a pot in my backyard and it still produces the most fragrant blooms I have ever experienced. It’s yellow and still has the old Jackson Perkins tag.
    74. I organized a grand finish for my aforementioned friend, Rosie Swale-Pope’s end to her Run Across America last December, including police escort, dignitary welcome to the Queen Mary, honor from the British Consul General who welcomed her with a speech and honors, and the Commandant of the ship, plus print, TV and radio coverage, because I simply fell in love with her when I met her on Mt. Whitney the previous month. So, I just did it, and it was glorious and a blast.
    75. We sang karaoke on the Camino, and I was known for my go-to, John Denver’s “Country Roads.”
    76. I did not get any blisters on my afore-mentioned pilgrimage.
    77. I/we completely re-did our home over the years, and brought most of our materials up from Mexico in our utility trailer, following weekends eating lobster and drinking beer in Pto. Nuevo.
    78. I love to paddleboard, and have an amazing new board. My fave put-in location is Escondido Beach in Malibu.
    79. I had my Webelos group (10-year old boy scouts) hike the entire Backbone Trail. We ran a brilliantly innovative and creative and adventurous webelos group and it was amazingly formative for the boys.
    80. I teach Sunday School – I have the K-3rd class and they’re adorable. I’m also on the hospitality committee (write the welcome card to the visitors).
    81. I have a still. So far I’ve only made essential oils, but definitely plan to make moonshine.
    82. I used to be a bee-keeper, until I developed a life-threatening allergy to bee venom. Miss the ladies.
    83. I have a greenhouse where I grow many types of cucumbers – I preserve pickles in addition to eating them fresh.
    84. I have three different forms of water in my home because I don’t trust any one type – bottled (Mountain Valley), distilled and RO.
    85. I was the president of my sorority. I hosted our reunion this past October – what a blast! Seeing them all again in March in Park City – amazing to be a Theta!!!
    86. When driving a car to my son across the country (he was at college in Philly), I had mystical experiences daily, including manifesting a helper who would help tend my sister’s grave after praying for such a person that morning. She volunteered without any prompting from me.
    87. I am a bold driver – my dad loved hot rods and my first car was a ’72 240Z… very maneuverable and fast – fun!
    88. My current car is a 1979 240D, barely makes it over the canyon roads – her name is Brunhilda and I love her. My neighbors and everyone on the roads behind us hate her… put put put. I love that car because it is super cheap and super classy (very clean).
    89. I write grants for not-for-profits.
    90. I am prepping to develop a vision of mine – a not-for-profit – high tech – university collaborative that has been brewing in my mind for about 10 years – I’m very excited!
    91. My front courtyards swarm with coastal fritillary butterflies year round because I plant their host plant profusely – passionflower.
    92. I’ve only shot a gun twice in my life, and both times I killed (single shot to heart) a coyote (2) that had threatened my son and/or killed my animals.
    93. I am currently residing in my New Mexico cabin with a 140 pound mastiff named “Baby,” who I rescued from the animal shelter 3 weeks ago. She was a stray off the streets of Downey – she is adorable and we’re falling in love.
    94. I have a large Tail-Gater speaker in my cabin with flashing neon lights and I constantly play my music – loudly – and sing along enthusiastically. I will invite my neighbors (nearby cabins) to my place this Friday for my awesome taco soup, tequila and karaoke.
    95. I came on this retreat with a very large bottle of Patron. I made a significant dent the first week, but (for some sad reason) have not been inclined to imbibe this week.
    96. I left my trusty but worn-out shoes at the feet of St. James in the parish church of Villar de Mazarife, after having purchased a new pair in Leon the prior day.
    97. My first two ponies were delivered to us (me and bro) in the back of my grandpa’s pick up truck. My second horse, Koko, I won in an essay contest when I was 10 years old.
    98. My aforementioned horse, Phoenix, was featured in a Monty Roberts video, “Standing For the Farrier,” (because he was terrified to do so), and I got to spend 2 weeks with the amazing Monty Roberts and his lovely wife, Pat. It was amazing and rubbed off on me a bit, I hope.
    99. I love to knock over orange highway cones.
    100. I have set (traction) a dislocated hen’s leg, successfully.


    In making my list, I was struck by what stands out for me. More than listing a lot of things that I’ve done that are pretty amazing, I love the internal qualities with which I do things. Not saying there’s anything wrong with listing lovely accomplishments, but my particular bent has to do with the fine details, the finesse, or the internal state, with which I’ve done things. It’s just what’s important to me. There are many things we in the same culture do in common, but the way in which we do these things is so unique, so lovely. That said, I definitely listed a few things I’ve done! I may have gotten repetitive because I took weeks to complete this exercise and didn’t review all the past ones!

    1. I survived a childhood of physical, emotional, psychological, and sexual torture, and other lifetimes of that, and I’ve been thriving more and more.
    2. I came out of all manner of abuse by my dad, with my mind mostly intact, never going into severe, prolonged drug abuse, and always staying in school and job / work.
    3. I am a loving mother. I allow my child space for his body to find balance, when he is out of sorts, against the still-dominant cultural climate of “make your kid suppress his expressions that aren’t hurting others, such as crying.”
    4. I calmly stayed with my child, through tantrums in public, even when I had to move him out of the way of other people, or pin him, or hoist him out to the car.
    5. I calmly stayed with my child, through being attacked by him (attempts to hit, kick), in public and private, holding his body when necessary.
    6. In the face of challenging circumstances with an ex husband, I have stuck with the legal process and stayed heavily involved in my child’s life, at least as much as his dad.
    7. I’ve schlepped a shovel and a screen through miles of briar-filled woods for the love of research.
    8. I calmly encountered an alligator in the woods…and quietly walked around it.
    9. I calmly surprised a turkey in the woods…and came out unscathed.
    10. …and snakes, and wild pigs, etc.
    11. A woman I respect tremendously, noted some of my qualities: calm, steady, and possibly the most intelligent person she knows.
    12. I tried running away from home as a kid. This is really important to me, to remember.
    13. I found boundaries with my mother before she died, and I believe our relationship improved to some degree because of my inner work.
    14. I asked for the money in the amount that came into my mind, without hesitation, when starting a new job after divorce and 3+ years out of the workforce.
    15. I’ve learned what it means to live by higher guidance, and I go with it many times when it seems to my rational mind not to be a good idea. And I’ve never been disappointed at the experiences and outcomes.
    16. Being kind and loving, is first and foremost my priority, to myself and to others, in all situations.
    17. I am conscientious, particularly in my work.
    18. I am vigilant about security, which has been helpful in my work in the world.
    19. I feel I keep projects tracked and documented appropriately.
    20. I don’t hesitate to speak up when I see something of concern.
    21. I handle a large amount of responsibility well.
    22. I like to focus on improving processes, and efficiency, with heart.
    23. I am happy to share my expertise with others.
    24. I am focused on keeping my word – I strive not to make promises I don’t feel I can keep, and I keep my commitments. When I need to change the plan, I generally communicate ahead of time, with great consideration for the other person / people.
    25. Being sensitive to the needs of others, is a priority to me.
    26. I love to increase my self-awareness and think it is pretty high now.
    27. I am committed to high-quality participation and high-quality work in everything I commit to.
    28. I have a great deal of leadership capability – making decisions and accepting responsibility for those decisions.
    29. I can be humble. I’m always willing to learn how I can change for the better for myself, for all.
    30. I love plants. As in, I stop and allow blissful moments of appreciation for plant life.
    31. I love animals. As in, I stop and allow blissful moments of appreciation for animal life.
    32. I love rocks. As in, I stop and allow blissful moments of appreciation for crystalline slow life.
    33. I love humans. As in, I stop and allow blissful moments of appreciation for us complex beings.
    34. I am appreciating insects more and more. I am challenged by this one, but hey, I love ladybugs! I’m including tasty “seabugs,” shellfish, in this category (yum!).
    35. I seem to be doing well at keeping houseplants alive, including a carnivorous one.
    36. I am starting to develop more relationship with certain plants.
    37. I have a pet cat and interact with her regularly.
    38. I love my son – I regard him positively, and if there’s a moment where I have lost that high regard, I process my feelings and work to regain it.
    39. I make time for intentional, routine activities with my son, so there is regularity and rhythm in our home.
    40. I have routine activities with my son, outside of the home, to expose us to a variety of social situations and to engage us in service.
    41. I limit my son’s screen time and mentor him on the choices he’s making during his screen time, so he can become an independent adult with good habits. This is something I do for the rest of his time as well.
    42. I had 12 weeks of childbirth classes, preparing for my son to come into the world.
    43. I did as much as I could to relax during pregnancy, and to think positive thoughts.
    44. I did physical exercises to prepare for childbirth.
    45. I did guided meditations (for childbirth and general health).
    46. I quit my job so I could relax and focus on moving to another state for my son. And I’m fortunate that I was able to do that.
    47. I ate well and avoided drugs and alcohol, in preparation for my son.
    48. I had a home birth, in a warm, relaxing specially prepared tub.
    49. I put my son to my breast right away.
    50. I’ve responded to my son as promptly as possible.
    51. I record my son’s dreams for him (and mine!).
    52. I focus on making it safe for my son (and others) to talk to me, by being loving and communicating in response, lovingly.
    53. I overcame pain and breastfeeding troubles, to feed my child for a long time.
    54. I prioritize nourishment, of myself and others, through food and more.
    55. I focus on win-win solutions for all.
    56. I’ve moved my home (as an adult, and to varying degrees, from smaller moves in and out of dormitories, to apartments, to houses) 29 times and have lived in 7 states throughout life. I think there are many admirable aspects of that.
    57. I have tenacity, dogged persistence, to get new projects off the ground.
    58. I have the ability to take nebulous projects, define the steps needed to move them along, and do those things.
    59. I have quite a lot of energy to get things done, when I really give myself credit for all that I do.
    60. I give a lot of my focus to what I’m doing. I strive to be fully present, even when it’s been taxing.
    61. I’ve made times for working toward the bigger goals in my life, not just what others demand of me or the little things.
    62. I’ve made time for Melchi, to play, to do what he wants to do. There are times when I’m a fully engaged, attentive Mom.
    63. I’ve demonstrated to Melchi how to make commitments and follow through with them.
    64. I’ve taken time to articulate my values and share those with my son. I also live them.
    65. I take time to focus on my own deeper needs.
    66. I am a relentless investigator. I’m not satisfied to accept the story of things from imperial culture. I ask many questions and go further.
    67. I do not give up on being there to witness myself, nor do I give up on being there to witness my son in what he’s experiencing.
    68. There are rare times when I can’t be there for someone, and I explain why and ensure I make a connection at a later time.
    69. I can juggle a lot of activities and dreams.
    70. I can relax deeply.
    71. I share my passions, demonstrating love to others.
    72. I have become much less anxious and more solid about myself, more calm, through multiple lawsuits from my ex husband and his wife.
    73. I work hard for myself, in the sense that often I choose to focus on myself, and improve how I feel about myself and the world, rather than cater to what others want.
    74. I make a lot of activities / experiences happen for my son, in spite of the distance from his dad and even when it would be more comfortable for me to avoid those situations.
    75. I stand for myself, in full authority of myself and my son.
    76. When I clear and organize a space, I am in awe at the beautiful energy I put into that place and how it shines afterward.
    77. I voluntarily chose to drive manual transmission cars, which take extra skill.
    78. I love to sing for, and read stories to, my child. I communicate a lot of love through those methods.
    79. I’ve finally caught on to how to shift my internal state into what seems natural from early life for some lucky people: to a state of firm, sturdy, grounded belief in myself, in my center. It goes along with my declaration that I have full authority, sovereignty, ownership of myself. I’ve found my power and can go there at will. I’ve watched how people calmly do what I say or respond helpfully, when I state my observations or wishes from this sturdy place.
    80. I’m pretty strong, body-wise, too.
    81. I notice things that other people miss.
    82. I am supportive of myself, willing to find solutions that enable me to achieve my goals.
    83. I am supportive of my loved ones, willing to find solutions that enable them to achieve their goals.
    84. I’m always looking for something better, always growing, in joy.
    85. I have a particular style of movement, a joyous feminine flair, in any work I do.
    86. I think of other people…even when I’m at the store. I just ask that aloud, and someone calls me, or I get an idea. I call up a friend or other loved one and ask, can I pick up something for you.
    87. I’m sharp and thorough.
    88. I love to put good energy into any task.
    89. I love to dance.
    90. I love to swim.
    91. Many times over, I have plucked up the courage to keep going.
    92. When I went back to work after I had my child, I ignored some wacky recruiter who told me I’d have to volunteer for a while and went straight back into it for pay, asked for the salary that came to me, which was a great deal higher than before I had my child.
    93. I’ve helped start a local healer network.
    94. I make and serve meals for people. I serve community meals for people.
    95. I love to host art / craft projects for the community, that are open ended, even at Christmas. That seems rare, but I always love the delight when a kid comes up and realizes they can make “anything they want”! There’s paint, construction paper, glue, and more. If a child asks, I will draw a quick outline of some animal or whatever it is they request, and they delight in filling it in.
    96. When I look at how far I’ve come since several years ago, when I was physically sick over and over again and recovering from miscarriage, I am just amazed at my badass self, and the badass universe that enabled me.
    97. I’ve overcome physical weakness and illness from childhood, gradually finding my way to better and better health. I just keep finding greater and greater self love.
    98. I keep commitments to myself and others pretty well. I tend not to over-commit.
    99. I’m learning guitar, with what feels like almost no time to do it! With my son. It’s so lovely. I’ve never learned to play a musical instrument before.
    100. I feel like I would learn any skill necessary to achieve my goals, and I think I’ve proven that in my life. I look forward to learning to build a house, gaining greater competence in house-things.
    101. I have a rich inner life! I love dreams, visualizations, imaginings.
    102. I’ve been empathetic to the point of feeling so much, but I’m also enjoying this greater detachment and perspective while still having that sensitivity to how things are for other people.


    Thank you for your lists here!

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