Living a life you want to live

Sometimes life can be so overwhelming you start to wonder… How did I get here? Why am I working in a job I don’t enjoy? Is there any other way I can live in order to feel freedom every single day?
Well there is a way! Stop doing what you don’t enjoy and start looking in areas that you have gifts and talents and do something that you will enjoy waking up to every morning. It can be uncomfortable at the beginning but trust me, it will be worth it! I call the shots with who I work with and when I work. The biggest blessing is being able to help others achieve their goals while I sip on my cuppa with the curtains still closed and I still have my PJ’z on. Perseverance is key! 🙂


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When trying to start a career from home and raise children up to be respectful and cooking with one hand while the other helps with homework , I found that you can reach for a glass of wine with that 3rd hand you wish you had in the early evening just to get through that last dying ray of sunshine that has going down on the washing that you forgot to bring in! Mouthful? Sure is! But not as busy as reading all the knowledge out there in the big wide world called the web! Do you get lost in it all? Do you find yourself reading, thinking your learning but all you did was read 30 different points which took you to so many different subjects you forget what you were really searching for and end up on candy crush?! Please share your story in the comments 🙂 I’m sure I’m not the only one getting side tracked? Or am I?

Around the World in Ten Photos

Inspiration for my next lot of photos! So good!

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A big part of photography is understandinglight — its strength, tone, and direction. These ten photographers from around the world show us that from dawn to dusk, there are beautifully lit moments just waiting to be captured.

Janice Meyers got this shot of the Salamanca Cathedral in Salamanca, Spain, just as the early morning sky began to turn from black to blue. We love how the warm glow of the streetlights contrasts with the deep, moody sky:

Salamanca, just before sunrise.Salamanca, just before sunrise.

The sun was a bit higher in the sky when Robin Kent of Photography by Kent caught the first rays of light over Washington, DC’s Tidal Basin, and cherry trees. The pink glow of the imminent sunrise echoes the delicate hue of the famed blossoms:

Daybreak over Washington, D.C..Daybreak over Washington, DC.

On the other side of the US a full sun bathes different pink flowers — a field of…

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