Write about chores: chores you love, chores you hate, chores you procrastinate. Consider the regular and repeated tasks which you do to maintain yourself and your world. Do you have morning and evening chores? Seasonal chores? Chores you do for others? What chores will you do today? If you kept a chore score, what chore would you have done most in your … [Read more...] about Ah, Chores
"Home" can be a physical place or a metaphor. Home is the place that makes you feel "at home." "Arrive" is a verb. It's an action, something that happens. "Arriving home" can be a moment or a process. It can involve stepping through a doorway, of course. Thoughts, people, plants, smells, or sounds might be what takes you home. Consider the different places and states … [Read more...] about Arriving Home
It can strike you in an instant. One minute you are going about your business, doing the next task at hand, then the awareness descends. Inside of yourself you say, Woah! It's summer! Has it happened to you yet this year? Describe a moment when your senses hit you with the awareness that summer is here. Fill a page with the types of observations you can only make in … [Read more...] about Summer’s Moment
What makes you call something round? You can hold a round ball in your hand, but how do you know that the earth is round? Is a pencil round? A belly? A knot? Can ideas be round? What about history? Or procrastination? What goes around? What comes around? Around what? Today, fill a page with round things and ideas about what makes them round. Give your work a … [Read more...] about Round
How much do you actually notice air? And when you do notice it, what is that you perceive? Think about all the messages and information about air that come to you by way of each of your senses. Much of the world wouldn't function as we know it if it wasn't for air: candles, car engines, bullhorns. What else? Fill a page with some of your observations about air. More … [Read more...] about Where is the Air?