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Callie’s October Objectives

by Jason on October 15, 2020

Organize little vice and drill for jewelry making.
Practice to only eat when hungry and only eat what I love.
Exercise 6x a week for 20 minutes which could include anything. Going to try to do this typically at 4pm but could be in the AM or mid day as well.
Stretch & Strength every weekday morning.
Practice my 6:30 – 8:00pm juice up. Have good energy until 10pm at night.
Tan my body, bum, and bare my tummy. Get a new bikini.
Being the first to say hello, hug and kiss, and ask how someone is. Make fun dates with friends.
Learning and business goal will be to learn Spooky2. To do this I will buy a computer soon.
Learning goal will be to pick all my RSP investments using learned formulas.
Reading & math goal with Eliana – one activity everyday leading up to new PJs.
No dairy and no gluten.
Get seeds and or plants for my little greenhouse, move my planting table, and plant the old wheelbarrow full of something ūüėČ
Really feel if I’m hungry and really feel what my body wants to eat. Choose to eat the absolute best for me no matter the external conditions. (Do not order or eat what you don’t want – only your top pick!)
Dance more – especially when cooking or with the kids.
Start the family meal menu book which will be our favorite recipes that the family loves to eat together.
Buy the cable to hardwire the internet for our computers….now I will need three cords. Or something that splits the signal on one DSL cord.
Practice using my stand up work set up when working on the computer for a long time.

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Callie’s September Objectives

by Jason on September 11, 2020

Finish my mini greenhouse in the yard – engage in my yard and growing.
Exercise 5x a week for 20 minutes which could include anything.
Finish out Egoscue strong in September.
Practice my 6:30 – 8:00pm juice up. Have good energy until 10pm at night.
Tan my body and bare my tummy
Being the first to say hello, hug and kiss, and ask how someone is.
Gratitude Practices with kiddos and my morning.
Outline my new business and decide on first 3 steps.
Clarify my next learning goal.
Reset to tone for Tierra de Suenos and the management of the business.
Solidify my investing organization.
Tune into my food still. Really feel if I’m hungry and really feel what my body wants to eat.

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Callie’s August 2020 Objectives

by Jason on August 3, 2020

Objectives and Points of Focus I’m working in August:

1. Pay more attention to what my body is asking for. Really focusing on my food and what my body is telling me to eat and when. Similarly with movement and other health practices.
2. Finish my mini greenhouse in the yard.
3. Exercise 3x a week which could include ‚Äď (ride bike to town and back, big hike, fitness class, dance, or yoga class, inline skate for 30 minutes, run sprints or regular)
4. Complete ceremony for my papa
5. Register for Homeschooling – look into a few curriculums to start the process of deciding
6. Tan my body and bear my tummy
7. Help Ridge to dive under the water
8. Be a good friend


Past Goals that are now habitual and to be continued:

1. Publish my goals and objectives monthly.
2. Black coffee in the morning during the week.
3. Continue to eat gluten and dairy free.
4. Read 10 pages daily.
5. Follow my most recent theme Timeless Fun Freedom and Pleasure As a practice this last month I wrote out that which is Fun for me:
1. Cooking
2. Coloring and Painting
3. Dancing
4. Eating out
5. Making a homemade domestic product for others
6. Teaching Yoga
7. Beading
8. Music to collect and listen to
9. Investing
10. Graphics
11. Frisbee
12. Reading
13. Journeying Lightly
14. Guiding others back to themselves
15. Bookkeeping for my businesses only
16. Self discovery – my way 90% substance free using breath, practice, meditation, dance, appointments, dyads, sessions
17. Counseling Guiding & Coaching
18. Non violent communication
19. Building and buying rentals when the time is right
20. Socializing

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Callie’s July 2020 Objectives

by CallieDawn on July 2, 2020

1. Publish my goals and objectives. – Done
2. Set up internet cables and organize adapters to use internet through DSL cables and be able to keep the wifi off at other times of the day. – Need to find a very specific cable for this that apparently we can only get in a specialty store.
3. Get personal $ flowing to Costa Rica more easily. Finally figured this out for the time being. How to withdraw and with little cost.
4. PAY MORE ATTENTION to what my body is asking for. Really focusing on my food and what my body is telling me to eat and when. Similar with movement and other health practices. – Yes. This has been amazing.
5. Black coffee in the morning. Yes, also been really impactful and will continue this.
6. Continue to eat gluten and dairy free. Yes. Has been great.
7. Read 10 pages daily. Read my leadership course documents as well as my nonviolent communication book. I ended up reading the Ascent of Humanity and not my leadership books or non violent communication but it’s been great. My reading practice of 10 pages a day has been relatively successful. I do it about 5-6 days a week. I intend to keep this practice going to the best of my ability as it’s been years since I’ve read consistantly.
8. Finish my mini greenhouse in the yard. Transplant one banana plant and the extra yuca. Green House not finished yet.
9. Get insurance money invested in a TFSA after my taxes for 2019 are paid. Yes, TFSA up and running which is great.
10. Exercise 3x a week which could include – (ride bike to town and back, big hike, fitness, dance, or yoga class, inline skate for 30 minutes, run sprints or regular) Well I really haven’t been able to do this cause of my hip injury and then later in the month hurt my back. This will continue forward as a creation in process.
11. Possibly the most important objective on this list. Entirely recreate my relationship with Jason :O. Having a completely different reaction to him then I would have previously. Seeing him fresh every single day and hearing him for the first time with zero predetermined ideas about what may or may not happen. Yes, definitely.
12. Follow my most recent theme Timeless Fun Freedom and Pleasure As a practice this last month I wrote out that which is Fun for me:
1. Cooking
2. Coloring and Painting
3. Dancing
4. Eating out
5. Making a homemade domestic product for others
6. Teaching Yoga
7. Beading
8. Music to collect and listen to
9. Investing
10. Graphics
11. Frisbee
12. Reading
13. Journeying Lightly
14. Guiding others back to themselves
15. Bookkeeping for my businesses only
16. Self discovery of my way 90% substance free using breath, practice, meditation, dance, appointments, dyads, sessions
17. Counseling Guiding & Coaching
18. Non violent communication
19. Building and buying rentals when the time is right
20. Socializing

Having gone away twice I didn’t get to go these things as much as I wanted but they did happen and I’m loving the experience of pleasure and enjoyment rather than have to.

If it’s not on the list I probably don’t find it fun. I will consider this before taking action on things.
***Addition – Review stock news daily in the morning at 7am before markets open at 7:30am. This will be a practice / habit to solidify. I decided against this in the end.

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Callie’s June 2020 Objectives

by Jason on June 1, 2020

Prelude: I have wanted to start publishing my goals and objectives and am using our very very old blog to do so. ūüėȬ†Follow up.

1. Start to publish my monthly goals / objectives on this blog. Yes. And will continue.
2. Reduce the wifi emissions in our home by turning off the wifi at night.¬†Yes we started doing this regularly and it’s been working great. I’m setting up cables direct to our computers to see if we can have it off at other times as well. I’ll be working on this in July.¬†
3. Enjoy all Sunday’s without doing any work and with limiting electronic access to organize dates with friends, looking up recipes or project related items (how to). Basically only personal items. No specific physical practice or meditation. No commitments, just free flowing.¬†I’m not sure how I did with this. I think well but I didn’t observe myself. Maybe that was the idea – jaja!
4. Align my daily diet more towards a keto style with fairly low carbs and no grains, minimal natural sugars. High fat and veg. I sucked at this, was super emotional, and decided I should not have any particular structure to my eating and should PAY MORE ATTENTION to what my body was asking for. 
5. Enjoy time restricted feeding on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays for 8 hours. Black coffee in the morning.¬†I have been drinking black coffee more often in the morning. This has been really challenging for me but really good as well. I’m happy as it’s been a goal in the back of my mind for a long time.¬†I’m going to keep up this practice.
6. Restrict all dairy (except heavy cream and butter), nuts, meats, lentils and beans on Wednesdays. Keeping protein intake ultra low 15-25 grams. Nope.
7. Unsubscribe from all newsletters that contain content and offers that I have exposed myself to repeatedly. Those that I want to remain subscribed to but don’t want to focus on I will immediately delete. My objective here is to expand the content I’m taking in to subjects outside of my regular wheelhouse.¬†Yes, I cleaned this up to be focused on what I wanted. It was really good.¬†
8. Focus, in a steady way, on resolving my back pain using my list of most useful activities. These will include:
a) 4 massages with Molly Рif possible Yes
b) Egoscue review and update Yes, so happy about the outcome.
c) 3x a week natural movement flow at 4pm Yes, to more movement but not at a set time.
d) dance weekly on Fridays I did this until the class stopped running. It was also great. 
e) yoga class on the weekend¬†It’s been where ever about once a week. Not specifically on the weekend. I’ve been really free flowing.¬†
f) meditating on releasing tension¬†Yes, this has been helpful and I’ll continue this.
g) doing processing for release any emotional components¬†Yes, although I haven’t found many specific to my back.
h) going to see Christina for one or more sessions Yes, the summary of that was that I needed to include more social activity with friends. I have been consciously trying to add this in more, invite people out and over. I will continue to work on this.
9. Finish reading my current book plus two more¬†I only finished my current book. I realized I can only get in about 10 pages a day on average unless I really set aside some reading time. I’ll continue with a goal of about 10 pages a day.
10. Get BAC cards for personal and business from Limon. Yes done although I was not able to use them successfully as of yet. 

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Manu Men’s Group in Amazon Jungle

by Jason on August 23, 2014

curl-crested aracari

Here’s the last part of our men’s trip to the Amazon Jungle in Peru in Manu National Park. There are lots of birds from the cloud forest here.

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Amazon Adventure Video Trailer

by Jason on July 23, 2014

Amazon Jungle

This is a quick 2-min highlight reel of what we’ve seen in the Amazon Jungle the past two years.

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Machiguenga Survival Lessons

by Jason on July 21, 2014

Machiguenga

Some of the Machiguengas showed us how to use their bow and arrow. We also learned some survival skills in the jungle.

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Uncontacted Tribes in Amazon Jungle

by Jason on July 21, 2014

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Here is another segment from our trip to Manu National Park in Peru. We saw the uncontacted tribes of the Mascho-Piro. We saw a coral snake, a snake skin, macaws and lots more.

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Cloud Forest

by Jason on July 16, 2014

These are the birds we saw in the cloud forest in Manu National Park in Peru on our Men’s Adventure Group.

booted rackettail

The bird watching here is incredible. There are as many species in the cloud forest as there are in the lowlands of the Amazon Rainforest in Peru. And the birds here are incredibly colorful, and many are iridescent.

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