Each month we’ll have extra resources for you on the topic we are discussing. If you are struggling with a specific area or are just interested in learning more, come here for the extras! We’re researching everything from articles to read, quotes to think on, podcasts to listen to and even books you could check out.

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Think on this:

‘Most of the time we feel tired not because we’ve done too much, but because we’ve done too little of what makes us come alive’ - Chrissy Helmer

Friends, we’re changing this! This month you’re going to START giving time to the things that bring you to life. 


Why Daydreaming is Good! If you’re having trouble filling your Dream Bank this month, give yourself some time to sit and day dream. You might surprise yourself with how your mind wanders and what it thinks on.

Click on the articles below to read more information:

Tuning into Daydreams for Career Direction

“Daydreaming lets you experiment with different lives and different roles. They may not show you exactly what you really want to do, but they usually capture the essence of what you want - to be of service, to be powerful, to live a life of adventure, to be financially secure . . . Whatever it is, daydreaming is your vehicle for exploration.”

5 ways Day Dreaming is Good for You

“Scientific giants like Albert Einstein and literary masters like the Bronte sisters, to name just a few, were all gifted daydreamers. In fact, setting their minds adrift led to their most towering creative achievements and “aha” moments.”

The Importance of Daydreaming

“Daydreaming can be the mind’s incubator. When we’re hyper-focused, the possibility of the mind reaching into its reservoir and making an ‘Aha!’ diminishes. In daydreaming there’s no controlling censor to whisper, ‘That’s ridiculous’ or ‘Completely impractical.’”


The Robcast #189 You Listen to You

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Chapter 1 of Dream Catcher