Weekend Bliss

I love weekends, but I do tend to work all weekend long. Working on things I love, but going back to school on Monday always feels extra hard because of it.



This weekend was wonderful. I tend to forget to list the good things, so here is a good list for a change:

This weekend was great because the sun was shining, we cleaned the kitchen, I cooked really great food today, we hung out with friends yesterday, I finally met baby Ezra on Skype, we started watching season 1 of Glee and loved it, I had a wonderful Skype meeting with Beth Nicholls to talk about my big project and I finally made headway on the design for the project. In short, I love progress, friends and sunshine!

It feels nice to have so many good things to list.



I finally have momentum again for the big project, which is called Seek Your Course. Not quite ready to announce it yet, but it's going to rock the world! Beth has kindly agreed to meet with my over Skype to mentor me, especially regarding the business side of the project. She has been such a great help and has had wonderful feedback that has really helped me shape my plan and execution. Wish I could attend the first Do What You Love retreat next month. Maybe next year. YOU can still sign up!

Another friend, Cheryl Burke, has been helping me with the designing. She has such a great way of thinking through design and color. Finally got to start working on the stuff we went over last time we met. It's been tough getting back into the swing of things after our trip, but this weekend was definitely a good push forward. Can't wait to show Cheryl what I worked on today! You all will see it soon too.

first grilling of the season

I am still having a lovely time in Beth's Do What You Love and Susannah's Unraveling eCourses. It's been really helpful to have so many posts urging me to examine where I come from, am now, and am heading. So many changes and things to think about. It is the perfect time for these courses and I am thankful for the beautiful people who share their lives in order to help everyone else think about life in a new way.