Due to a recent transplant rejection scare, I’ve lost track of June 2019. It took up a lot of brain power and time, but thankfully was just a scare. Though it’s really time to take myself in hand and make some changes.
I seem to recall I felt quite positive at the end of the month, and it amazes me that seems so long ago I can barely remember it.
I do remember there were exciting trips to the State Library Victoria to look at journals, and the Emerging Writer’s Festival which was interesting and educational.
I enjoy exercising my lean, healthy 59 kg body several times a week.
• Eat < 5g of salt and sugar per day.
• Walk 10,000 steps per day.
• Sleep 8 hours each night.
|Lost a wee bit of weight, not getting my steps up, nor sleeping very well.|
Started researching nutrition again. This time I want to develop an implementation plan as well.
I have thick glossy hair that compliments my beautiful clothes.
|🙂||🙁||Got my hair cut into a bob, but was mistaken for a conservative at the Emerging Writers Festival and have since seen memes about Karen who wants to talk to the manager. Now I want to get something edgier…|
Naturally, I developed a Conference Outfit.
I live in a comfortable home that soothes my soul.
|🙂||😐||A very busy month meant I could barely keep up with the housekeeping let alone progress any of my projects.|
My garden is lush and abundant, providing habitats, weather protection and a mystical threshold.
|😐||😐||More winter tidying, still no sign of that garden plan.|
I love meeting new people, and as I am friendly and outgoing, I make friends easily.
|🙂||😐||One of my key hopes from the Writers Festival was to make some writing friends, and maybe start a group to support each other. So, I chatted, went out to lunch, handed out my business cards and now we’ll have to wait and see if anything comes of it.|
Wrote a Blitz Dinner Party.
My creatures are happy and healthy and find my garden a haven.
|🙂||🙂||Poor pretty girl wasn’t happy while I was away. She got sick, and spent some time sulking in her kennel.|
Happily our ring and bush tailed possums are thriving, as are the birds.
I share my knowledge, time, and money with those who need it.
|🙂||🙂||Did some chatting at the festival…|
I am brave and adventurous not afraid to try new things.
|🙂||🙂||As I mentioned, there was the Festival…|
Wrote six short stories and thought about the logic of creativity.
I work hard and have the right to rest and recharge.
• Turn the computer off by 7 pm.
• Read 78 books in 2019.
|🙂||🙂||June’s books include; The Kiss Quotient, Alex, Approximately, How Not To Die, and The Killing Room.|
I learn and grow every day.
• Visit a historically or culturally significant venue or event each month.
|🙂||😐||I’ve been wondering how to structure my time. And how to prioritise which projects to work on next. And writing applications for a couple of mentorship programs in the hope a professional writer can help me out with that.|
Offered suggestions about preserving your private papers for posterity, and minding your business.
June 2019 in the productivity journal has many satsified stickers. Partly the short stories, and partly because I progressed some of my other projects.
How did you get on in June?
You can find more monthly reports on the Life Worth Living page.