AAAAAAAAAAAaaaaaahh (just imagine me entering the room in a whirlwind and crashing down on the floor all dramatic-like)
It’s been a while, eh?
I know. I’m not really sure what happened. The 28-day challenge was exhilarating and invigorating. It was so much fun! But it sure took it out of me.
I was sure that I just needed a couple of weeks’ break and I’d be back here blogging like a champ now that I had so virtuously developed the habit after blogging EVERY SINGLE DAY for 28 bloody days… and I even have the multi-coloured, glittery star bingo card to prove it. Not a single empty slot.
I did it.
And then I just couldn’t bring myself to do it again. Not because I didn’t have lots of stuff to share with you; I just didn’t want it to feel forced. I hate feeling obligated. And hey… that’s one of the major cornerstones of Burst to Bright, right? The freedom to be you and not do things that you have to do if you don’t bloody well feel like doing them?
So here I am 5 months on, ready to commune with you once again and really happy to be here.
What’s happening in my world, then?
Lots of exploration, of course!
I’ve been working hard trying to get clear on what I stand for and, more importantly, what Burst to Bright stands for and what it is meant to contribute to the world.
I have an exciting idea for a course to bring you a little further down the track: The Explorer’s Journey. I’m really excited to see it slowly take shape. I’m not rushing it; just listening for cues from my intuition and staying open to possibilities, ideas and opportunities.
I’m honing my superpowers and toying with a couple of services I want to unleash on the world: “Let’s be Adventurers” and “Burst to Bright in your Biz”. The name of the second one might yet change, though!
I’ve also in mind a fun retreat I’d like to organise for next May here in France (oh gosh, I hope I can pull it off now I’ve said it out loud)
AND I also want to get the Burst to Bright Adventure Camp off the ground… PHEW!!
That’s a lot of things to keep me busy and off the streets, eh?
Well, there’s more!
I’ve also continued to concentrate on my health and fitness and as part of that I’ve just started Lisa Carpenter’s E.A.T. Program. I’ll talk to you more about that in another post.
I’ve been continuing my singing lessons and really improving, but I’m about to stop classes with my current teacher to take Eric Arceneaux’s online course instead for a while. I absolutely love his exercises on YouTube and was even able to teach my teacher one of his fab tricks. If you love to sing and want to improve, check him out.
And last but not least, my latest harebrained idea…
Well, it’s my birthday again in two days and I’ve asked for a ukulele!
I really need more music in my life and I really need to have more music come from me. Since I can’t play my guitar (Ella), as it’s just too painful on my wrists and hands and causes inflammation, someone suggested a ukulele might be easier. Well why the hell not, eh? I’m game!
I’m very excited. I’ll let you know how it goes!
Care to leave a comment and let me know what YOU’ve been up to?