Live Your Best Life–What Does This Mean to You? Take the Well-Living Assessment

A Fiddleheads & Floss blog series : Well-Living Assessment


About this series:

What does it mean to you to “live your best life?” Though our versions of this are many, there are common threads in our human experience that unite us at a deep level of understanding.

“The Fiddlehead Life” blog series nurtures those places of the heart and mind where our humanity meets the world with wonder and seeks familiarity, grounding, and inspiration. I know, that sentence is a mouthful, but read it again:

“The Fiddlehead Life” blog series nurtures those places of the heart and mind where our humanity meets the world with wonder and seeks familiarity, grounding, and inspiration.

Christina M. Ward

This year as 2020 rolled around, I realized something. My normal excitement over a “New Year” seemed a bit….lacking. Normally I embrace the new year with the making of excited lists and the planning of new areas of growth in my life, but this year, the feeling just was not there.

I just completed my first novel. My new poetry collection is making best sellers lists. I am content with my family and relationships. But something–something feels stagnant.

I am sure I am not the only one feeling this way. Life is meant to be well-lived. We are meant as human beings to be ever-growing, ever-seeking, ever-changing and yes, joyous, even in the face of great struggle.

I am excited to bring you this series The Fiddlehead Life.

Join me in this quest for a more meaningful, pleasant, and satisfied life.

TO BEGIN:

You may want to get a notebook for this journey. A journal. As you read through each blog post you may want to write down the take-away that strikes you, the quotes that move you, and the snippets of advice that may help you along the way.

The first step of any forward motion is assessment. Taking stock. Looking around at what is truth and being mindful of your place, currently. Knowing where you are starting out makes it so much easier to assess your forward progression. Begin with the following assessment, making notes of any of the areas in your life in which you would like to see growth.

Well-Living Assessment

Taking the assessment also provides me with helpful information as I design the topics and material for this series.

I welcome you on this journey! Please share this post with your friends and invite them to come along with us. Let’s do this thing.


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~Christina Ward

–-author of “organic,” a poetry collection that sits at the heart of this “Live Your Best Life” movement. You may find this bestselling collection on Amazon at ORGANIC–FIDDLEHEADS & FLOSS VOL. 1


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