Close your eyes for a moment and take a few deep inhales and exhales. Once you feel settled into a nice calm place start thinking about things that make you smile and bring you great joy. If a person comes to mind, what is it about them that makes them so special to you? When was the last time you were with them and how did it feel? If it’s a place that comes to mind, where is it? Why do you love this place so much? What are the smells, sounds, and sights? Then imagine yourself there right now. How does it feel? Enjoy the moment for a few minutes, then open your eyes slowly when you are ready. Yes, this week, we want you to DAYDREAM. A daydream is defined as “a series of pleasant thoughts that distract one’s attention from the present.” What’s interesting about this is that daydreaming is often portrayed as something bad. We often tell people to stop daydreaming and get realistic or pay attention. But is that really how we want the world to see daydreaming? We don’t think so. Remember, everything starts from an idea, a vision, or a dream. Without them, we have nothing. So take a few minutes each day this week to let your imagination run freely and to dream whatever dream that comes to mind. It’s fun. It’s healthy. And it’s always the beginning of making your dreams come true. Daydreaming matters.