Having not mentioned it all year, I wouldn’t expect anyone to remember that my ‘one word’ for the year was COMPLETE. I mean, I’m barely managing to remember it myself.
One of the key things I’ve been doing to overcome my procrastinaty ways and just get the job done, is embarking on small 21 day challenges throughout the year. This has been working SO WELL for me and I’ve slammed a number of bad habits and introduced some really good ones. I’m publishing a post all about that on Sunday. I hope it helps you get on top of things too.
I was reminded of my ‘complete’ mission this week because my sister Al has completed something very big indeed. This week saw the launch of the third book in her The Mapmaker Chronicles series and if it’s number three in a trilogy, well that’s the trilogy completed.
I can’t imagine how that must feel and when I asked Al how that felt she said, “Blurry” Cheers to that, Al.
So here’s to completing big things and small things and in-between things. After all a deed done is one less deed to have to think about. Which frees us up nicely to ask, “what next?”
Other things that had me this week:
Reading – A. L. Tait’s The Mapmaker Chronicles: The Breath of the Dragon of course!
Writing – well, talking is more the thing this week. A little while ago I had a nice big chat with Pip for a Kidspot Voices podcast and I actually enjoyed listening back to it this week. How strange.
Making – Stacey from Veggiemama‘s delectable Blueberry yoghurt cake. It’s a must!
Wishing – I was on holidays too. Still.
Loving – this food blog.
Wondering – whether I’ve lost any weight now that I’m NINETEEN days into my 21 days of no night eating. How did I get to be almost finished? Another ‘complete’ is coming up. Mind you I will go straight into another 21 days with this one because sadly the habit is strong in this one…
Happy reading and have a lovely weekend.
What is something you’ve recently completed?
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