The other day, my little Nomo app told me I’m 500 days alcohol free. Next month, I’ll be 18 months alcohol free. You’ve been an instrumental part of my journey, thank you for your motivation, tips and ideas along the way. Time flies!
I wondered what might be a meaningful topic to share with you this on my early morning commute to work. I’m not too sure what would resonate so please let me know if there’s anything you’d like to hear about in the comments below.
Looking back on previous posts, what I’ve written all still seems to resonate with me. So I’m keen not to waste your time by rehashing what’s already there. For now, I’ll simply share a bit about my morning.
I chose to go to work early because I’m a morning person. 5am is when I get up. Breakfast, gratitude journal, morning meditation and a bunch of yoga stretches all happen before I leave the house. I leave the house early not because I have a long or difficult commute – quite the opposite. If you’ve seen my morning photos on Twitter, you’ll know what I’m taking about. Rather, I chose to leave early, chose to start work early and chose to finish early. Overtime isn’t in my vocabulary; never has been and never will. Boundaries are key.
This morning I’m going in a bit earlier than normal to have breakfast with a colleague. He’s been one of many awesome supporters of my alcoholfree journey. I remember when I was weak, vulnerable and struggling back at about the three – six month mark. Him, like others, where there for me. We haven’t caught up for a while so I’m looking forward to it – and a massive breakfast, too!
Enjoy the rest of your week, thanks for dropping by. As mentioned, I’d love to hear your ideas for future posts in the comments below.
Big hugs! xoxo 🌸🔆🌿✨