I took the day off. Hurrah! However, I did get up at 6am to walk the dog and spent half an hour doing ‘proper’ writing. It was worth it as I really felt I’d earned the break as I trundled towards the coast on a train.
No badassery to report. I ate a lot, laughed a lot and had such a great time, I didn’t grumble when the trains home were down due to an electrical fault. I had to take a taxi, which meant spending £20 I hadn’t budgeted for.
I’ve been reading The Magic by Rhonda Byrne as a few people have recommended it. It’s not really my bag. I am much more of a no nonsense Jen Sincero kind of person, but I did recall it today as I paid the cabbie. Rather than gnash my teeth over the unexpected expense, I felt thankful that I’d got a ride home and hadn’t had to shiver at the bus stop for half an hour.
The feng shui frog had been busy while I was away, as the husband got a tax rebate in the post today. Yay! I haven’t told him yet, but I spent a fair percentage of that on lunch today – but it’s okay, because I was really grateful for the food, honest!
Card sales have slowed right down in the post Valentine’s Day slump, so at the weekend, I am going to start creating the Mother’s Day cards adverts AND I’m going to finish the social media course and post it online.
I am away all day tomorrow on a job up North. I’ll be spending four hours on a train, which means four glorious hours to spend on the novel…whilst gorging on trolley loads of free snacks as I managed to get a cheap (ish) first class ticket, because I’m worth it!
Still no sign of that £1,000,000, but it’s coming, I believe!
*crosses fingers behind back*
I am on a Pendalino careering towards riches. My life is first class. It’s all coming together and even Rhonda Byrne is starting to make sense.