Tonight, you can view the full Sturgeon Moon, one of two full moons this August.
Option #1: Look up at the sky and mutter, "cool."
Option #2: Sieze this cosmic opportunity and use it as a bookmark in your life. When was the last time you really checked in with yourself using a wide-angle lens?
On this point, here is an excerpt from my book, The 7 AHA's Every Traveler Should Have:
"There are universals that have been recognized since the dawn of Homo sapien. The cycle of the moon is probably the oldest of these. Long before our species spread out from the motherland of Africa and into the latitudes of four seasons, the changing moonlight went hand in hand with activities and traditions. It is the original marker of time. Why not harness this celestial clock to bookmark and reflect upon your life?
What if, on every full moon, you dedicated just 30 minutes to thinking about your situation and to write something in a journal? Note what kind of progress you’ve made on the things you’d like to achieve. Write down the high moments from the previous cycle in order to cultivate gratitude, and the low points in order to find the lessons. Reaffirm the story of who you are, what you stand for, and where you intend to go."