Sunshine, laughter, music and dance: my perfect day

So, as part of the 30-day blog challenge (day 5), I’ve considered what my perfect day would look like. After much deliberation, I’ve decided it would look something like this..Image

I wake up feeling refreshed, calm and excited to begin my day. It’s around 8.30am. I can hear birds singing and the ocean waves lapping. I have a healthy breakfast with fresh fruit on my balcony with a view of the beach and the sea. I can feel the warmth of the sun and a refreshing breeze on my face. I do some yoga or go for a walk on the beach.

I then return to my apartment to shower and dress. I open my laptop and catch up on my emails over a cup of fresh coffee. Some business partners or contractors come round for a brainstorming meeting. The ideas are flowing and we are having a lively discussion and making good progress. I am feeling energised and stimulated.

I meet a business associate for lunch and we are advising and supporting each other and enjoying a few jokes. I return to my apartment where I work for the afternoon – writing, creating and directing/approving work. I finish work between 6 and 7, feeling pleased with my accomplishments for the day.

In the evening I go to a barbeque on the beach with some friends. We share delicious food and wine and the conversation ranges from the sublime to the ridiculous; at times I laugh so hard it hurts. Someone starts playing a guitar and a few of us sing along. Later we crank up the stereo and dance together, completely letting go.  

Sound good to you? What would your perfect day look like?

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One response to “Sunshine, laughter, music and dance: my perfect day

  1. Pingback: Building a business, sorting out mornings | juliepottinger·

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