So, the last day of the thirty day challenge and I’m over two weeks late in posting it. Today’s post is a reflection on the experience of writing/blogging for thirty days straight.
A few thoughts – calming, grounding, enriching, powerful. Bottom line I LOVED it. Writing allows me to tap into a bit of peace and makes me feel like an artist even though I’m not. I love the written word and I’ve learned that it’s how I express myself best. To be able to focus and express how it feels to make a dream come true like we’ve done here at Hosking House is exactly what I need to make the experience seem real. My days are the busiest they’ve ever been in my life – but each thing I do for this business does not feel like work. After 20+ years of working professionally, this is the first time where it all clicks.
Some people know what they want to be when they grow up from a young age. It’s just taken me a few more decades….I guess as a young girl growing up in suburban Long Island, being an innkeeper in Taranaki, New Zealand wasn’t on my career radar.
I am so very glad I took up the blogging challenge – and do hope I get into a very regular pattern of writing. The reason that this late is that two weeks ago, a new resident joined us here at Hosking House. Meet Weston! Stories and many many pictures to come….