After drinking my way through Spain’s vineyards, falling down wooden staircases in Portuguese palaces, and getting married in Seville (see photo / blog to come), I found myself on a Greater Anglia train departing a small Suffolk town in England bound for London Liverpool Street with 40kgs of luggage. Advertisements
*like, now. Right now. Now. Stop what you’re doing, and concentrate on this one thing. I’m imagining, mostly because your need for discovery adds great value to this blog and therefore your Sunday, that you’re familiar with a bit of mind-wandering, and you’re desperate to discover the techniques for preventing it to feel being in the now. I, mainly, wanted to know … More Moments of Being: How to live in the now*
Graham Hill, Founder of lifeedited.com, presented “Less Stuff, Space, and Energy. More Time, Money, and Freedom” on the TED stage in 2011. In his talk, he tells us how he sold a website company before websites were even a thing for $10,000,000 (USD) and went on a spending spree thereafter to fill the void that … More Secrets of Adulthood: Editing Your Life
I turned 27 on Friday 27th January, and contrary to the “well you’re, like, over the hill now” and “practically 30” comments, I’m extremely excited to be 27! I love the sound of it… twenty-seven.
We have all seen a post similar to this – ‘2016 is rubbish so hurry up 2017’ It’s as though we’re imagining, in comfort, that our future 2017 self will be happier than our sad, sad self from ‘rubbish’ 2016.