Day 48 of 365 days of getting it done and this was by far my favourite picture in Deniliquin taken last weekend. There’s something about the colours.
The creativity of every day life is amazing. No really, it is.
Last night in bed I was thinking of our USA trip last year. The whole time I was in the US I could not get the smile off my face. Especially New York (Liss and I trying to work out how to live there… so if there’s any one from New York reading this and want me to work for you – my email is email@example.com) I was so lost in the moment that everything around me blew my socks off.
Then I started thinking about my life lately. Ever since I’ve been back from the USA, my life has continued being awesome. Clearly the was a little self-awareness going on when Liss and I were overseas and it’s flowed on ever since. I let go of so many things holding my life back when I was over there and open widely my creative side. It really was a life changing experience.
I’ve learned it’s the creativity in and of life that actually charges my energy – the fire in me that burns so brightly (probably not the right words to use today, especially here in Victoria). What I put into life creates more energy of the environment around me. Then it’s reciprocated back to me. What an energised cycle! GET ON IT!
Creativity allows me to breathe and approach my work life with a very open mind. When you’re passionate about what you do, there are no bounds as to how you can achieve your goals/dreams. No longer do you feel pressured to get it done because getting it done is just part of the game you love play (that thing called work).
10:30am on a Friday and already booked two new appointments for next week. Get creative man… it’s where it’s at!
Speaking of creating stuff – I like making tunes. Mixture of dance/rock/metal/industrial
Then click on this one… it’s my #2 favourite. If you like it, then listen to some more.
This journey really is heating up. 48 days it’s taken to go from an awesome life to a rocking awesome life!
And it’s only just begun…. buckle up!
(The pic below is in Deniliquin. It reminded me of my dad because he used to be a train driver and that rocked my world as a kid. Cheers to you dad!)