Day by day

The past week feels like a year. If only this weekend could last a few more days…
With all the changes going on, I am one of the lucky ones. I just started a new job, and our field of business is not that closely effected by the current situation in the World. My new role will be challenging, and I am slowly adjusting to working on three languages.

I’m also adjusting to the ever changing circumstances. Regulations change day by day, in hopes that our actions have an effect. In the meanwhile, we all are trying our best to stay connected to the ones we love and care about.
All of a sudden, everyone spends their days online and on the phone.

I also just launched the Flying Dreams Project, that also requires me to spend some more time online.

All of this time spent online is meaningful. I love connecting with my friends and family, I’m passionate about the Flying Dreams Project, and it is necessary to keep up-to-date.
But it’s also exhausting.

So this weekend, I tried to turn off. We spent some time in the fresh air on Saturday, and I practiced some yoga and meditation today. These were refreshing breaks. I’ll try to incorporate them in my new daily routine.

Coming up with new systems and making them work is exhausting. But it also makes you realize how powerful you are.

We’ll be fine.

Alexi Murdoch – All My Days

Slow reset

Today was more or less an admin day. I arranged some things around my applications, tidied up, folded some clothes, cooked. Kept adding items to my lists. Taking and making time to think of new systems, while letting the old ones go. There’s a lot of room for improvement and adjustment. But I can not change everything all at once. So I’m changing slowly.

It’s a little bit like decluttering. I am chipping away the parts that no longer serve me and make room for the important things. Fortunately, I have a strong core to build around.

Alexi Murdoch – Orange Sky