Day 43

Two days of productive in a row. Go me!

Another day was started with meditation with hubby. I’m really glad that he’s so on board with it. He makes sure that we’re ready to go at 8 am. I know that it’s helping me to stay focused. I feel calmer and happier (most of the time.)

Then it was workout time. I keep pushing myself as hard as I can and I keep achieving the two workouts. I had a little mental speed bump half way through and considered only doing the one workout. Who would know, right? I would know and I really don’t want to let myself down. This is, by far, the longest I’ve consistently worked out. I’ll stick to the two workouts for the next two months, unless I don’t feel challenged enough. After that, I’m hoping for a much more exciting workout.

Once that was done I started thinking about other things I’d like to paint and drew a sketch of one scene. Then I spent some time browsing pictures for colour and texture ideas. The creative did not stop there.

I did some singing and while I was doing that, I added a couple more rows to the knitting practice I started the other day. It takes me at least two songs to get through a row.

After lunch I returned to the knitting and spent 5 hours doing it.
I definitely feel like I’m getting into the rhythm of this basic stitch. I need to learn how to get it off the needle.

I’m feeling a bit exhausted. Hopefully a good nights sleep will recharge me for a full day tomorrow.

Here’s Day 10 of the writing challenge. If you’d like to see the full challenge details, click here. All 30 days will be posted here.

Day 10: Write about something for which you feel strongly.

When talking to someone, always try and make them feel good. Listen, encourage, uplift, compliment. You never know what someone is going through, what they really feel or how long it’s been since somebody said something nice to them. You can be the difference.


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Tilly Collins

I'm on a life changing journey to 40. There will be ups, there will be downs. I'm like a roller coaster but with more agoraphobia.

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