1 Day of Blogging in a 1 minute video: Cafe Moya on the west coast

one day of blogging in a one minute video

When’s the last time you decided to have a light adventure right where you are – no packing, flight or holiday occasion needed?

As an entrepreneur, you’re (hopefully) in a position to assign and align pockets of gifted time with whatever activities and tasks are on the menu for any given day.

One of the many things that’s brilliant about blogging is the way it can fuse harmoniously with your tempo of life.

I had a reminder of how refreshing it is to be able to synchronize the lightest of moments with creative work assignments.

1 Day of Blogging in a 1 minute video

Today’s coffee break & meeting with my dear musical sister Lisa, ushered in a welcome opportunity to get some fresh air, and visit a new cafe (new for me, at least.) In the morning it was online work from home, designing graphics for “Sparkle” brunch & workshop coming up on the 25th of this month.

Watch 1 day of blogging in a 1 minute video here

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Cafe Moya: by the way, this isn’t a sponsored post. Just compelled to celebrate a cool and quaint coffee shop with good service & a gracious owner.

Have a light rest of the day!

Gentle reminder: enjoy a fresh air moment each day, whether solo, with your family or a friend…(even if that looks like sitting in the gallery/patio/balcony/verandah for 5 minutes or opening a window for 3 deep breaths.) As a former workaholic, business has its bonuses, but nothing compares to precious time showing up, listening, sharing and gathering with thanksgiving in mind.

 

 

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