Doesn’t life just catch you like that sometimes? You look around and realise a whole week has passed almost unnoticed.
After I wrote that post last week I breathed a deep sigh of relief. It is so good to voice it and be able to start asking myself how I wanted to make changes.
I made a conscious decision to move from ‘surviving’ with my work to ‘building’ the future I visualise for myself. There may never be a perfect time to make the leap of faith and set up the business I want. So I’m leaping anyhow because if I spend the rest of my life planning and imagining the time will have been and gone. The time is now. Or tomorrow morning to be precise.
I am so excited to share with you what I have planned. I am working with one of my favourite people to create something beautiful that I hope you’ll love. I feel terribly mean teasing you like this. I hope you’ll join me here tomorrow morning for the launch.
As I can’t talk about the oh-so-exciting-but-secret new project I’ll tell you a bit about what I did over the weekend. On Saturday I got up crazy early and jumped on a train to Birmingham for BlogCampUK. This was my third outing to BlogCamp, a series of free day workshops on blogging, and I have to say it was yet another superb event.
My face ached from laughing at Stu Heritage (rule number 1: don’t be a dick), I came away with a whole heap of things to think about from Lee Smallwood and Susannah Conway and I had lots of laughs with my friend Claire.
I love BlogCamp, it’s a hive of ideas and discussion. If you love blogging then I would suggest you sign up to their mailing list for the next event near you. I can honestly say the things I have learned at BlogCamp have made a positive difference to my blog and my business.
One more nugget of wisdom before I head off to make the finishing touches before tomorrow: Beware interesting clouds – they result in long diversions…