And I'm scheduling in my planning for the year.
I had intended to do it while away over New Years. But there wasn't time.
So I was going to do it at my birthday. Maybe it's just me, but an imminent marriage breakdown on my birthday doesn't put me in the most positive place for self-reflection.
And now I'm in Bali. And I have time away from lots of things - mainly from all those things in my life that I can't control anyway - which makes it easier to let go of everything else and concentrate on me. What do I want to make, have, do, this year?
In the universe's beautifully perfect way, it has reassured me I am doing this planning at just the right time - Monday, March 31st is Nyepi: Balinese New Year.
The timing couldn't be more perfect. For me.
As a part of getting ready for this planning day, I was checking back on my "100 Things to Do in 2013". And it made me a little sad. There are a number of items on there I was not able to cross off: mostly those that involved my love.
If I'd written my new 100 list on New Year's Day, I promise you I'd be saying the same thing next year. On January 1st, I had a very different idea of how this year was going to shape up.
Now I am in a completely different place personally, emotionally, physically and financially. Any plans made earlier would have been thrown out the window, or worse, would have made me feel like a failure.
My point is this: there is no universal perfect time for everyone to do their planning. And you don't just do it the once.
So, in case you don't know - you are totally perfect if you haven't worked out your 2014 To Do list, or set intentions or even put birthdays in your calendar. It's not too late. You have permission to do them now. Or later.
And if you wrote out a whole lot of over-indulgence induced "I'm gonna make Mother Teresa look like a b in 2014" intentions back in January, you have permission to chuck them out and start over. Or not, if they are lighting up your life, keep on going!
And, darling dearest ones, if you are 32, childless and looking down the barrel of divorce, or 42 and dreading each new day at the office, or 52 and bummed you've never seen the pyramids - it's not too late to dream, then write a plan to make that dream come true.
It's too late for us to stay stuck on our scripts. We've seen the other side - we've dreamed, and now we want those dreams to come true.
Get onto that planning, because your dream is waiting to come true - and it's too late to stop it now.
Thank goodness for that.