Vision: the ability to think about or plan the future with imagination or wisdom
Day 3: Describe your perfect day.
My perfect day:
My perfect day is a Saturday.
I live in a warm place where most of the days is sunny and blue but today it is not like every other day. Today, I woke up and the sky is grey and is raining, not heavily, it is raining nicely. I open my eyes and I stay still listening to that sound of the light rain. I smile. It feels like autumn and I love it because it is not so usual here.
I get out of bed, brush my teeth, do my breathing exercises and despite the light rain I go for a half an hour walk with my dog by the beach. We come back dirty as hell but happier than ever. I have a shower and then I get my breakfast. Poached eggs on toast with avocado, warm coffee with milk and lots of water. All prepared for me by my loved one. Grateful.
Then I grab my laptop and I go to my study room. My study room is the best room in the house, it is small but very bright because of that big window, it has a lot of bookshelves filled with books, most of them photo books. I love it. I sit at my desk and I go through my emails, read a few articles and interviews in websites that I like. I write down some ideas about projects and create content for my blog. Then I go through the pictures I had taken that week. Retouch, edit, make notes.
And now is time for my Saturday ashtanga yoga class. I am looking forward to it. When the class is done I feel exhausted but rejuvenated. Content. I have a shower at the studio and then I meet with friends for a nice meal and a few drinks. We laugh and enjoy ourselves, we always have a good time.
I go back home pleased with my day and grateful for the people in it.
May all days be like this Saturday.
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Thank You for reading.
P.S.: To be honest I believe I could get into more detail and maybe describing a weekday would be more appropriate but I found it a bit daunting. Also, I could describe my perfect day in ten different ways, in ten different tones and still be perfect. I will keep trying. You should try it too. It was daunting but fun and it makes you think the little things which is nice.
This blog post is in response to Natalie’s 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge Day 3 – click here.