What a fabulous week we had last week. Russell and I were to fly to Hobart and pick up a motorbike and ride it home (via a few days around Tassie). All went amazing as I had never been to Tassie we took it all in with much to see and take in. Once we got to the mainland the idea was to ride back through towns that we could get an opportunity to see family and friends. But we had a break down and plans had to be changed! No longer was it possible to do the PLANNED trip. Yes sometimes this brings disappointment but I really got to see how different things can be if in those moments we don’t get taken out of stillness. We let go of all expectations and went with it. We didn’t get upset or angry at anyone. There was many many phone calls getting things sorted with RACQ, motels, transport, etc but we accepted it and amazing things followed. I am so thankful that throughout both Russell and my journeys of life we are now able to see that it is all an adventure and ride it. We come into contact with many new people in that few days. We were touched with generosity, had incredible conversations with strangers, went new places, met new people and got home the same time as originally planned. This could have been very different if we had chose to see and deal with this differently. REMEMBER we always have a choice. Take ownership of what you try to control and maybe for a moment you see what you are missing out on.. sometimes the unexpected is where the brightest stars shine. So grateful that has been one of my lessons in life... letting go! Happy Monday and back working with all my bful existing clients this week and have a few spare appointments left if anyone is wanting to come and have a treatment or start their journey through the door to new possibilities. Xx #gratefulforchanges#makethemostofit#lovewhatido
Would you conquer your fears and take the dive? - Another throwback to 2013 on my trip to New Zealand. I can remember the rush and adrenaline as if it were just yesterday. - If you've never bungee jumped before, the adrenaline surge is so intense that time seemingly pauses in its tracks. It is the most intense feeling that makes you feel so incredibly alive! - Tag your friends you'd make bungie with you!