How does everybody keep track of what day they are on? Do you write it on a calendar, or count it out each time or what? You'd think I would have learnt by now. But the last time I did a challenge, I kept losing count - and I think that my days were aligned with Lilou's or someone else's so they basically did all the work. I wish there was an app for it or something... well there must be some sort of trick. I just haven't figured it out yet.
Anyway, my day... Even though I was thrown a bit off course due to a little munchkin of mine not feeling well and having to be collected early from school (she only managed the first 45 minutes in the morning), I had a pretty productive day.
I didn't do as much work as I wanted to. But my main work did get plenty of attention. For me it is keeping my vibration honed, and keeping my focus as much as possible on what I do want.
I do my best to write an appreciation/gratitude list at the end of each day, but on the days that I need to feel a little bit of an extra vibrational oomph, I like to do a running one throughout the day. It's really easy because I can just type it into my phone on an app called Gratitude Rock. So, since I felt a bit thrown off-course today, this is what I decided to do. And do you know what, it actually made all the difference.
So that's about it to report. Oh, except that I saw this really inspiring video on Facebook earlier as well. It asks a question that I have heard countless times before, "What would you do if money was no issue?", but somehow each time it is still just as inspiring as the last. As soon as I watched it I knew that my answer would be to travel! To travel, to explore and to share all the interesting, unusual, inspiring and uplifting discoveries that I find.
Here is a link to that video:
See you soon,