30 second birdsong

Early morning every morning, the ambient sounds of birdsongs floats through the windows ushering in a new day. From the resonant trill of sparkies and sharp chirps of blackbirds to the high-pitched melodies of yellowbreast birds, gentle cooing of dove couples-to-be and intermittent features of a hollering gawling, the air is filled with the melodies and rhythms of birds.

This harmonious feathered orchestra is almost constant when outside in any area, whether we are conscious or grateful for it or not. Within the many layers of sound the closer you travel towards town, the resonance in the atmosphere once we open our ears and get our minds clear…is filled with beautiful birdsongs.

 

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Hi there, I'm Indra, writing you from Barbados. Here you’ll find career tips for creative freelancers and refreshment reminders for everyday life. Get ready to nurture your gifts and shape a thriving business that aligns with your wellness. I'm a writer, singer, publishing entrepreneur and eco-bookstore owner who's travelled to 20 destinations so far, and now works from home. Balancing housework with business tasks and on a quest to grow more grateful each day. As a teen I almost gave up on life; now as a woman saved by grace, I'm living joyfully with purpose, encouraging others to enjoy moments of refreshment daily while growing your business. Check out posts and videos for biz tips, breathing exercises and beautiful views of Barbados. Thanks for joining the journey, and remember to follow 'Joy within' blog for firsthand updates on new posts, podcast episodes, events and giveaways coming up.

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