I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but I have a bit of a new approach to blogging.
And when I say new, I mean old.
I’ve gone back to my original ethos –
Perfection is overrated.
Blog about your life – don’t make your life about the blog.
Snap away as things are happening – then put your camera away and enjoy the moment.
Don’t stand around scrolling through your shots – treat the digital camera like a film one – just assume there’s a nice pic in there and get on with life!
A picture’s worth a thousand words, let them tell the story.
Man, it feels good to be back. I feel like I let the pressure of perfection get to me for a while, I let the negativity of nasty comments seep into my feelings about blogging and didn’t want to put anything up that wasn’t “perfect”. But I’ve loved my quick, simple, daily blogs on this trip. I’ve loved writing them, I’ve loved sharing them and I’ve loved our conversations about them. It’s been like having you along with me!
A holiday with a million or so of my closest friends!
Generally I would wake up pretty early, about 7 or 8am and head for the closest coffee.
Then I’d start writing before the day truly began.
Find some comfortable spot and send out my love letters to the universe.
Eventually Valentina would swan up in something glamorous and join me.
And wherever we were, I’d make my office.