I have spend most of this week packing and buying stuff I need for the summer. I have rented out my room so I needed to pack most of my stuff, including my beloved books 🙂
Besides working this summer, I have plans that include lots and lots of reading (I am taking 38 books with me – and still thinking that it is not enough. I never know what I will be in the mood for right?), writing, yoga, meditation, long walks by the sea and good food.
Last week I finished level 6, and by that the first year of the coaching course I am taking. I am not sure I can afford to continue next year, but I really hope so. On the last day of the course we made a visionboard, which should illustrate what we want out of life. This including love, career, travel ect. I will take a picture of mine and show it to you another time.
A vision board is the perfect way to manifest your dreams and hopes for the future. As this quote rightly says:“Where we place our attention is what we will create for ourselves”. I look at mine everyday, and I am bringing it with me tomorrow, because I keeps me focused and It is amazing to see how many of the things on my vision board(or a dream board as I noticed someone call it on pinterest – wonderful word!) that I already have as a big part of my life and what goals I want to achive. I will also keep af box or a folder with more pictures and words to put on another vision board in order to keep it updated with more dreams and goals. It is the perfect tool for a dreamer like me ♥
This page also give some good ideas on how to make a vision board.
Another great tool is using the Disney strategy where you deal with all aspects of your dream – from just being a dreamer where you dream the most amasing possible or impossible things to the realist and ending with the critic which is there to make sure that every part of your dream is thought through and ready to go! Read more about it here
Found on pinterest.
Happy dreaming – and remember to dream big and then do something about it♥
I have been feeling guilty for a while. Guilty because I could not come up with anything amazing and inspiring to tell you – or show you for that matter. I think I just to remember why I started this blog in the first place. I started it because I wanted to share things that I myself would like to read. It matters to me that there are people who reads what I have to say, and when I seem to be stuck in a place where I cannot come up with anything that at least a few people can use, I have no idea what to write. But the thing is I don’t know what other people need or what to hear at the exact moment I want to say or write it. So I might as well put it out there when it comes, instead of spending endless time wondering if it is good enough.
Good things is definitely happening at the moment and I would like to share them with you:
I got a job! Not a permanent one, just for the summer and for most of October. But at least it’s a job that pays and has slightly something to do with my degree from university. Not much, but a bit. I will be spending the summer in the west part of Denmark, working at a museum dressed up as Viking as part of a Viking festival happening at the museum. I will be living close to the museum in my parents’ caravan, and for the first time ever living almost on my own. I still have to share a bathroom and a kitchen with others, but I will seem kind of like I have my own place J I will be sure to show you some pictures once I get to the area in a couple of weeks. It is supposed to be quite beautiful there, and if the weather is good it will be the perfect summer vacation/work place.
2) I am finishing the first year of my coaching degree on Sunday – yeah! It has been an exciting journey, and I cannot wait for year two .
3) I just volunteered at the Northside festival in Aarhus, and it was a really good experience despite the fact that I sprained my ankle just before the festival started and had to go home a bit before I intended. But I got to see Franz Ferdinand which was why I wanted to go in the first place. Next year I intend to stay the whole festival through!
4) The summer has been wonderful so far. I have gotten so tanned 🙂
5) I am feeling more and more secure in whom I am and what I want out of life, and though I constantly seem to meet people who want to challenge me on that, I am just grateful that I am stubborn enough to keep going.
6) There seems to be a lot of wonderful books out there I have read yet – and I am bringing some of them with me at my new workplace.
I promise to share more from my life more often that I have been doing lately♥
oh and this is me – climbing a tree ♥