Or it could also be for "Harry's mum". Because she's the woman who helped me. Although I don't think "help" is the right word - since she did a rather huge portion of the work!
My office has been a shemozzle since we moved in here 15 months ago. My partner stacked boxes of books on the book cases (just so we're totally clear - they were all still in the boxes), old baby stuff got dumped in here, old paperwork, boxes that my partner plans to use to send stuff overseas to his brother. It was not looking like the lovely, inspiring and motivating office space I had envisaged!
And when I found that I was getting no client enquiries at all I wondered if maybe the universe was sending me a message. Rather than sending me clients so that I could then sort my office, maybe the universe wants me to sort my office so that it can send me some clients.
Phase one of the office is done! All my books are out of their boxes and on the shelves - in some semblance of order as well! The floor has been cleared, crap tossed out, some put aside for donation, a bit of a craft space for Ms 3.
I'm super excited to be thinking of the next phase and what I'm going to add to my space to make it: inspiring, client friendly, calm and relaxing and super special!
Woo hoo - books on the bookcase!
I would never have gotten started without the offer of help from my friend - so I am super grateful!
What is the gratitude challenge? I set myself this challenge as a way of maintaining some mindfulness and gratitude, but also to help me take time each and every day to focus on my writing.
I would welcome anyone else who wants to join the challenge. The rules are simple: Start at a and work your way through to z. You must do one each day, include a photo and they must be at least 2 paragraphs - after all the idea is to work on your writing not just your gratefulness.