I'm not really one to do stuff because other people are doing it. I'm just putting that out there right now. But when I read over on A Beautiful Mess a day or so back that Elsie was doing a 365 project, I actually thought about it. [I love reading ABM, but apart from the odd recipe that I will try, I know myself too well to ever commit to actually doing any of the DIY's those girls come up with. But I still love reading them.]Anyway, the 365 project. It just struck a cord with me. And I mulled it over for a day, thinking, can I really commit to doing something every single day for a whole year? And then I thought, well, I brush my teeth twice a day, every day, and I can commit to that, so maybe I can commit to another small project as well. Besides, I read somewhere about 13 years ago that it takes 21 days to form a habit, so by 21 January I should be all set to breeze through the year. Right?So here it is - my 365 project for 2013 is my daily meditation. Possibly not the most exciting thing to ever have a project of, but one of those things that is so so so so good for me, but that I am all to easily distracted away from. Because lets face it, sitting still and doing nothing is not easy. Give me distractions, busyness and constant jobs to be done and I'm all good. Which is exactly why I need to do my daily meditation, every day.I know I can do this. Even if there are days when I only get 5 minutes to myself for a meditation, I'm going to do just 5 minutes. Obviously I'd like more - 30 minutes would be good, 20 is more realistic, 60 would be great for my head but seriously, I can tell you now how unlikely that one is. Not unless I quit my day job and - oh hang on, I already did that. And I still don't have that much time up my sleeve.With all that 2013 is promising to hold for me, I'm going to need all the extra 'calm' I can get. Wish me luck!sourceAre you doing a 365 project? I'd love to hear about it!