I hope you had a lovely Easter weekend. Wasn’t it just stunning?
I spent some deliberate time in the sun, like a lizard just sucking it up. It was great. I feel recharged.
I’ve had a quite remarkable couple of weeks since I came back from my course. After the eventual realisation that if I just stepped back a bit then the good stuff would happen I’ve made some time to walk more, sit more and do less.
I have to say at this point, that if in doing that has produced the fortnight I’ve had I am not sure how much down time I can afford to take. My creative brain feels as though it’s been plugged into a direct source of hugely exciting possibilities and it’s been physical!
Over the course of the two weeks I’ve had two moments when the ideas I’ve had have made my body feel like it’s been supercharged. Quite literally electric. I’ve had to walk it off to calm it down. I’ve certainly packed some miles in this week to get rid of it!
I get lots of ideas. Some I forget instantly, some I let roll around my head and then there are these physical ones. I’ve decided that these ideas are the ones I need to listen to.
It made me think of how we are very tuned into what’s right and wrong if we’ll just watch and recognise it.
- Do you get a strange feeling before meeting someone new?
- Do you get headachey or stomachy when something is going on in your life that’s not in line with your values?
- Do you lose your voice before a big conversation?
There have been times when I’ve been walking and just known not to walk down a certain road. I’ll never know if I was right or not. But I do take heed.
There was once a time when I was walking and at a junction I unexpectedly decided to walk a different way. I remember thinking to myself “If I go this way I’m either going to meet someone I know or find some money“. Sure enough, 20 paces into the park there was a neatly folded fiver on the path and no one around to claim it but me.
So this week I challenge you to see if you can tap into your intuition more. We all have it. We’ve just stopped using it and instead rely on apps to tell us what to do, when to eat and drink and when to move and sleep.
And for those of you who think it’s all a bit woo-woo, I expect there have been times when you’ve said “I knew I shouldn’t have...” – that’s it. It’s that knowing before doing but doing it anyway you can watch out for more. Let me know how it goes.
So I expect you want to know what these two amazing ideas are?
I do so want to tell you. It’s so uncharacteristic for me to keep it to myself for this long. But I am currently working to make sure that what I need to be in place is in place before announcing.
I am hoping to have something to share with our members in the week commencing 6 or 13 May before sharing wider after that.
I haven’t been so excited about something for a very long time, and as for how happy I am right now I feel like Agnes in Despicable Me 2…
Life really is good.
Now I’d love to ask for your help please.
It’s the time for the annual Muddy Stilettos Awards. These are awards sponsored by the lifestyle blog where you can vote for all your favourite local businesses.
We won in 2016 (woo hoo!) and have been the runner up in 2017 and 2018.
I have entered them again and I’d be really grateful for your support if you think that what I and the team offer at Fit Camp is worthy of a vote. All you need to do is click this link and register for us in the Fitness Instructor category.
By adding my name and town Wokingham you’ll be helping us to be one of the top 5 who will go through to the final next month.
Thank you in advance for supporting us. I am proud of what we do and am bloody excited for what’s to come and your support for the team and me is much appreciated.