Day 7 has me at a coffee shop reading
(and YES – wearing lipstick!)
I am taking part in the Live More Challenge. It really makes you stop and do some nice things for yourself. What is really intriguing to me is reading the stories of other women on the same journey. Zip on over to sarahjenks.com and check out what she is doing to empower women and assist with weight loss. #LiveMoreChallenge
Day 7 has been a real treat for me. Right up my alley – so to speak.
Normally on a Saturday morning, I will take some time for myself and venture out to a coffee shop to have what is called a CEO DATE. This nickname is courtesy of Rachael Cook of firedupandfocused.com She runs a challenge that increases productivity for entrepreneurs. The challenge is 21 days and it is one you don’t want to end!
Okay so back to today. I followed the challenge of taking myself out to a coffee shop and reading for 30 minutes. (or you could do more) I am reading Gail Thackray’s Spiritual Journey’s. Awesome! It is difficult to put down and I managed to squeeze in another half an hour this afternoon after our (partial) family picnic at Kildonan Park in Winnipeg. It was only 3 out of 4 of us today for the family picnic. The oldest child is now an adult and working and cannot come on all the family outings anymore. Waaaaa….
Note – Gail Thackray’s Spiritual Journey’s book is a free kindle download until June 14th.
From the book description – “Experience miraculous healer, John of God, as seen through the eyes of medium Gail Thackray who sees, feels, and hears things that most “normal” people do not. Follow Gail on her personal journey to the spiritual healing center of John of God in Brazil. Experience miraculous healings, supernatural activity, and astonishing psychic events.” (Note: I can relate to Gail as I to see, feel and hear things too)
Here is a picture of The Witch’s Hut we visited at Kildonan Park.
Continuing on my journey of overhauling myself in all areas of my life…
Funny thing about words… I call this the Overhauling Seann Series as I grew up hearing my mother say she was going to go “Overhaul Darlene”. My son James started “flapping his gums” to his father when he returned home about how he was making a “racket”. Glen, my husband, thought it was odd that he was using the word racket. I didn’t even realize I had been telling James that he was “making a racket”. It was an automatic response about unnecessary noise. (a drum against a dessert tin) Totally unnecessary! lol 🙂
~ Seann Vinyasa-Billson