I thought "setting an intention" was for yoga — and it was my least favorite part of the class. I live in a neighborhood where it's easy to live without intention, to be downright scatterbrained. We're minutes from Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, Publix, Earth Fare, my favorite Piggly Wiggly, and a few local specialty markets. If I want to eat a particular thing at a particular moment, I can just go get it, as long as I'm willing to get dressed. But even a quick trip to the store takes 20 minutes, and now that I'm working full-time for the first time in 17 years, in an actual office, I'd rather spend that time with my family.
This year, I want to shop less, and with more intention.