Blog Challenge

Celebrating Freedom! (10 Day Blog Challenge)

Well, I’ve made it to Day 10! Writing 200+ words isn’t hard for me, but even though I haven’t been rushed off my feet, posting consistently is a commitment. I’d love to know how many others have got to today as well. This blog post is in response to Natalie’s 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog…

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Choosing Your Adventure (10 Day Blog Challenge)

When I watched today’s video, I thought: “Oh no, Natalie wants to me to have an adventure and I’ve got errands to run and the day will be boring!” But I got things done quicker than I thought, and we’ve had unexpectedly good weather last week’s storm and flooding, so it’s turning out to be…

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Beat Procrastination and Overwhelm (10 Day Blog Challenge)

Today’s video about procrastination and overwhelm really resonated with me. I’ve done a LOT of reading over the last year to learn more about copywriting as a business, content marketing, social media, technology and location independence. I’ve definitely suffered from overwhelm more than once from trying to cram in information. I’m also guilty of procrastination,…

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Set Yourself up for Success (10 Day Blog Challenge)

So today’s challenge – set yourself a daily success plan – concerned me slightly! I’m not great at disciplining myself and being consistent about what I do every day, although I’m aware that it’s really helpful to be organised. I think I’ve said before that my workload at the minute varies, so it’s hard to…

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Unlocking my Superpower (10 Day Blog Challenge)

For Day 4 of the blog challenge, we’ve been asked to identify our superpower (or superpowers), things that we’re good at. This is an incredibly valuable exercise that I would recommend to anyone, particularly if you want to be inspired to make a change. The first time I did this, when I was unhappy about…

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Discovering my Why (10 Day Blog Challenge)

Day two of the blog challenge is the answer to Natalie’s question: “why do I want to live the freedom lifestyle?” As she says, the reason can’t be just because it sounds cool or as an escape from your current situation – we all know that trying to run away from problems doesn’t make them…

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