‘Always be you. Stop trying to please others, just to be accepted by others. Please yourself. Always please yourself.’
Perfectly random thoughts. When the mind is constantly talking to you it’s good to calm it down. Just rest, let it be. Get it out.
The power of thoughts. It’s a creative power, which you can strengthen with a little bit of effort (or sometimes a lot) and use to make changes in your life. Be careful of what you think. Good thoughts, positive thoughts, create a positive life. Be impeccable with your words. Choose them wisely – The words you use to describe yourself and the words you use when talking to others.
Success. The meaning of success in the Cambridge English Dictionary; ‘The achieving of the results wanted or hoped for.’ ‘Something that achieves positive results.’ However, we should all live our own definition of success. Success is more of a path than a destination. It’s less about the having and more about the being. Nothing outside of us will ever make us fulfilled, happy. Look inside, and you’ll find it. Eventually.
Eat the seasons. The biggest benefit of eating seasonally is that you’ll save money on food. You’ll also get the best tasting, healthiest food available. A positive side effect of eating what’s in season is that you get a broader variety of foods in your diet. If you buy locally, you’ll have a better chance at getting foods that are seasonal, fresh AND support local farmers and businesses in your community. In season now; artichoke, broccoli, beetroot, butternut squash, carrots, courgettes, pak choi, onion, apples, apricots, figs, blackberries, pears to mention a few.
‘I dream more often
than I sleep.’
Working the night shift, drinking coffee and having the opportunity to write. Wonderful. It’s the small things that counts. The tiny, completely ordinary moments, that counts.
Fuzzy socks, ginger tea, figs, long walks, writing, autumn leaves, reading, jewellery, scented candles, things I like at the moment.
‘I like those rainy days.
They let me know that even the sky,
cries sometimes too.’