Soulful Sunday|Share What Feeds Your Soul!

I’d love to hear what you’re doing to feed your soul on this beautiful Sunday! I’m planning on crocheting, listening to music that moves me, and working on my book as I sit by the window enjoying the breeze. I’ll leave you with a video I watched today you might enjoy about having a vision for your life. Have a wonderful rest of your weekend!

 


Do you have a clear vision for your life? Do you know what you want not just what you don’t want?  How are you feeding your soul today?  Feel free to share in the comments!

13 thoughts on “Soulful Sunday|Share What Feeds Your Soul!

    1. Aww sorry to hear you’re working your Sunday away. Is there anything you can do to make it more pleasant? Here’s something just for you when you have a break and can watch it. I hope it finds you well!

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      1. You bet Simon!

        It’s going well, thanks for asking 🙂 I fell into a bit of a rabbit hole last week, trying to understand marketing, and all of the things that go along with writing a book… it got me off track so I have a game plan together but decided to focus on the book now and I’ll cross that bridge when I get to it otherwise I might not ever get to that part! 😉

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      2. Yiyve got all of that to come. Sacha Black can probably help. But for now… Just write or it won’t get written. Btw, you will make mistakes so don’t strive for perfection too much. Enjoy it and learn 😃

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      3. Yeah that’s the conclusion I came to so yesterday I took a day off to reboot and I’ll be back at it again today. If it were me writing this 5 years ago perfection would prevent it from being published. I’m striving for quality but not perfection, the intention is to help others with this book so I want it to be grammatically correct other than that the book is writing itself 😉

        Thanks, I’ll have to check out her blog, I wouldn’t doubt that she has stuff on there about the process if not I’ll contact her a little later down the road. Good thinking Simon 🙂

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  1. Love lazy sundays! It is the day I write, rest, and catch up on the chores at the barn. I spend those extra minutes just ‘being’ with my horses. A long conversation with a friend or family member, or practicing acceptance with the dreams that have been lost in the years of pursuit, to being grateful for today and the dreams that are currently alive.
    Best wishes on your book!

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