Spring has arrived and we unwrap ourselves from the cocoons created during the cold weather. As the sun warms our thoughts turn to new beginnings, spring cleaning, getting ourselves back into action. In my world yet another birthday is rapidly approaching. Not as significant as a birthday with a “0″ but a midpoint “5″ is… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Project 44
It is 10.54 am on my day off from my real-world job. When I decided to work part-time the aim was to spend my day off writing. Get a book published. Uncover that latent dream from underneath the grown-up world responsibilities of kids, mortgage, bills and … well you know the drill. This morning I… Read more »
After the great shopping disaster where I was unable to find a suitable outfit for “my body shape” I decided with just four months of my Project 44 challenge left I probably should tackle the one goal I hadn’t even attempted yet. The losing weight one. The treadmill was unearthed from the garage when I… Read more »
It’s been 157 days since I launched into my “achieve every goal you have every imagined” year. There’s 209 days left until I will once again be facing a cake adorned with candles and lamenting the passing of my life. It’s becoming increasingly evident that organisation is the key skill I am lacking when it… Read more »
Regular readers will remember I embraced a mid life crisis late last year and decided to whip myself into a frenzy of self improvement for my 44th year on this planet. In one frantic 12 month period I was finally going to tick off some of my long standing to do/wish list items in my… Read more »
How would you define a perfect life? Then how would you get it? There’s a blog called Inspiration and Chai where a former palliative care worker has created a book called The Top Five Regrets of the Dying. Bronnie Ware, in her work with the dying found there were five themes running through their list… Read more »
Well the first of my goals for 2012 is down the toilet. I didn’t win the $31 million Lotto draw last night. So instead of shopping for a new, highly expensive car this morning, I’ve got to settle for a cup of coffee (instant I can’t afford one of those fancy schzmancy machines) and a… Read more »
Have you seen the book “Dear Me, A Letter to My Sixteen-Year-Old Self“? An array of celebrities write a letter to their teenage self. If you could jump in the DeLorean and head back to the future to meet up with the kid you once were what advice would you offer? Here’s my attempt.
Big cheers please, my friend Michele from Savannah Photography completed the 50,000 words in 30 days for NaNoWriMo.
On this last day of November I can celebrate my successful completion of NaBloPoMo. We won’t mention NaNoWriMo – that will get it’s own blog of humiliation tomorrow.