Time to plan your Bank Holiday?

We all know innovation comes from free thinking. However, to implement that innovative idea, we need to have a plan of action in place.

That got me thinking. Would I have a more empowering bank holiday weekend if I made some targets I wanted to achieve and a plan to achieve them?

Only one way to find out!

The feature photo is my plan to sort out my garden this weekend and take the time at the end to enjoy it.

I expect to get the majority of this done – maybe not in the right order but does that really matter if the end goal is met?

For me, the end goal is to spend some time reflecting on what I’ve achieved and how amazing nature is within this world we live in of contradiction, unkindness, assumptions, pressure etc, nature just keeps going.

That for me is a key lesson. Accept the things we can’t change and just keep going – like nature.

How about you? Do you have a plan for this Bank Holiday?

Doom & Gloom Overload?

It’s easy to slip into negativity when looking at social media, listening to the news, reading online news sites.  There is very little good news out there right now.  But strength, courage, inspiration can be found in the most difficult times.

 

Take these Kestrel chicks the most important thing for them at the moment is food.  Currently on the amber endangered list at the RSPB due to their moderate decline in the UK, their wildness a natural, thing of beauty.  Seeing this picture in the Sunday papers made me realise it doesn’t matter what is going on in the world, nature continues with it’s own survival agenda.

 

Taking a moment to look at the nature and beauty around us, lifts our spirits nourishing us to face the negativity all around  us.

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