Happy New Year!
So I am back after about a three week break. We enjoyed Christmas at home and then spent almost a week at a summer house at the top of Sjælland, like we usually do. We may break from tradition next year and head further north to see the Northern Lights.
Whilst we were away I saw a few posts on social media about bullet journals. At 1pm when I started Googling them I didn’t understand the point, by the time I went to bed I was fully converted to the idea. I had ordered a special dotted book to begin my bullet journal (It should arrive this week). I am aware that I need a regular creative, non screen based outlet, I like to be organised and I often think of things I need or want to do and they stay in a swirl in my mind. Apart from the diary and to-do aspect of a bullet journal, I am going to use it to encourage me to read more and to think of places we should visit (and plan to actually visit them, especially in Denmark. A few things have happened over the last few years that make me believe we should seize the day and not add things to a ‘one day’ list.
In other news I have my surgery on my stuck ulcer nerve scheduled for the end of the month and before that I will be launching the short series of interview podcasts I have already recorded. I am struggling a little with the iTunes element of it and it has been a bit of a show stopper (pun intended) so I shall release them via my website in the first instance, whilst I iron out the issues.
Also if you read my last post I am working on my new book – Moving to Denmark – all you need to know. I need a certain volume of pre-orders to be able to go ahead and publish it (even self publishing a Kindle book comes with costs) so please do pop over and order it if you think it may be of use to you and also share with others who may be interested. Click here!