I’ve been on a social media blackout, no posts for sometime. It’s been lovely. It’s allowing me to work on some fun projects and give the real life human beings in my life my attention and time.
The projects aren’t ready to be talked about yet, as soon as they are I shall tell you.
I’ve also been reading lots about mindfulness, it has been wonderful.
Here’s the things you need to know in the world of me before I go quiet again:
I thought I’d sum this one up in a playlist, check it out via this link. I can also sum it up by shouting the following;
NEW BON IVER, DE LA SOUL AND JAMES VINCENT MCMORROW!!!!!
Books I’m loving
Mindfulness and Christian Spirituality
Elon Musk – How the billionaire CEO of SpaceX and Tesla is shaping our future (Listened on Audible)
Apps I’m loving
Right, that’s it. See you 💪🏻😎
Pippa and I purchased a house in December last year. We are so pleased with it and are slowly working our way through all the decorating etc.
The garden is my next focus. When we bought the garden we liked that a third of it was decking, a big bit that was just soil and then a 10ft X 8ft shed with electricity (my instant thought was ‘man cave’).
Now comes sorting it.
The decking is easy, clean, stain and done. It is in roughly the same state it was in when we moved.
The ‘soil’ was not just soil. Up until 4 weeks ago it was just soil. I was preparing to lay turf and move on.
But there was a secret under the surface. It was not just soil, it was killer weeds from Mars out to dominate my garden and slow me down.
On Monday night I came back from work and spent almost 3 hours digging it over, weeding and getting it ready.
Read for the transformation shot?
I was talking to friends about this and there responses ranged from ‘I’d just get a guy in to do that’ to ‘it’s hard work having a garden isn’t it’.
I loved every minute.
This week I am focussing on the fun of working hard and toward something. I didn’t used to have a garden to look after. I’m grateful I do now.
This week your work may be hard, you may be thinking that you’d rather be doing something else. Sometimes hard work is its own reward.
Keep on keeping on.
I’m seeing more and more that good things follow those who work hard. Those who put lots (notice I didn’t say everything,save the best for those you love) into their work.
I’ll let you know once the garden is done. Not to spoil it but there may not be a man cave…