Hello, Love

For some reason I drew an alarm clock going off for today’s doodle, and while I have no idea why 1 o’clock is significant, it’s the time depicted.

I confess I drew the doodle when I awoke this morning, and then I started journaling trying to decipher the image’s meaning. When I looked up at the time it was 12:58PM. Hmmm… Did my subconscious mind know that I would journal later that day around 1PM?

It’s a mystery!

My Daily Doodle

Deep Thoughts From My Journal

Hmmm…What could this image mean? I know. Let’s have fun and make a list of what it could mean.

My “It’s Time” List 

It’s time for…

  1. A steady dependable income.
  2. Believing more fully in my abilities: creating courses, making mistakes, getting back on track, etc.
  3. Creating a game plan and following through.
  4. Re-reading Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill.
  5. Going for a walk with Azul, my neighbor’s dog.

To read the full journal entry, click here.

Today’s Affirmation

It’s time to create something new and beautiful. I have exactly what it takes to succeed.

Deep Inquiry

  • Is there an alarm clock going off in your head? If so, what is it telling you?
  • Make you own “It’s Time” list. (See my “It’s Time” List in the journal section above.)

Thoughts or Ideas?

I’d love to hear what’s on your mind. What time is it for you?

Much love,

Misty Signaturea

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Blog Resources:
[RECOMMENDED READ]Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
The Entire 30-Day “How Are You?” Doodle Challenge

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2 comments on “It’s TIME! Day 27 of the “How Are You?” Doodle Challenge”

  1. The alarm for me is that Life wishes for me to change. Many aspects of the outer world seem hostile and aligned with death. Many thrillers on TV amplify that. However I can only change myself, and rise up out of human ego self-centeredness to be true, to be real, to be alive. I could see a new newspaper other than USA Today, how about “The Daily Doodle.” Doodle journalling and word and and any other journalling assists me to reflect, learn, and change my expression in Life’s name. Let me hear the alarm and wake up all of the time. —Laurance in England

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