Intentional Living – 5 4 3 2 1, then move forwards

If you've been following my blog you'll know that I've struggled a bit with motivation this year and have been slowly working to overcome this. Today I came across what could possibly be the most powerful tool I've seen so far. I've always known that just because you don't want to do something, doesn't mean … Continue reading Intentional Living – 5 4 3 2 1, then move forwards

Minimalism – Eight days of silence

As the days passed I started to notice a pattern of the things I was using regularly in the house; bathroom, bed, dining table, couch, kettle, a plate, a few cups and so on. This led of course to realising all the things one person doesn’t use when living alone. The expression, ‘rattling around’ suddenly became real to me. I was ‘rattling around’ our downsized house

Intentional Living – Breaking free of a results driven life

Plagued by a vague feeling that I wasn’t achieving, but with no proof available either way there were only two choices. I could stick to the plan, find ways to motivate myself and focus on moving forwards in blind faith or I could choose to do nothing, knowing I was making a deliberate choice not to move forwards. Without external feedback, there is no false hope that by some miracle, changes would happen. There is only following the process, or not.