Though I am quite busy these days, there is not much to write about. Mostly it is just work taking a lot of time.
Life in Balance / Balance in Life
I am on my way to create – or try to create – a new and improved me!
For one and a half month, I have been trying to get rid of excessive weight, and so far, it works fine. Besides eating less, I have primarily cut down on unhealthy food. So not only am I looking forward to be slimmer, but also healthier.
I am going in that direction, but I am not there yet.
For so long I have – almost blindly – followed the route laid out for me. Listening to good advices and done as told. And I have never felt so lost.
Today, at a walk through a nearby forest, I saw this arrow, pointing right. I walked left – and it felt so right.
My holiday this summer has been a short trip to Japan. I have just returned from a fantastic – yet pretty warm – journey to the cities Kyoto and Tokyo, with a short visit to Hiroshima and Miyajima.
You may see a road, so easy to follow.
But you still can’t be certain where it will take you.
And if you keep on staring at the road ahead, you won’t notice those many shortcuts and detours, leading to other Places!
More than a year has gone, since I decided to sell my house, and for more than half a year, I have lived in a rental apartment.
I sold a nice house. Old but in good shape. In a small town with fine neighbors. Still I have not regretted my decision for one moment. I was really tired of working with an old house and a large garden.
Although I chose my current apartment only because it was quick to get, I have come to like the place. I’m not going to remain here. But for now it is fine.
Sunny yesterday, cloudy today, rain tomorrow.
Visit Denmark and get many types of weather for the price of one. 😉
It is spring in Denmark. The sun is shining, the birds are singing – and trees and plants are switching into other colors than Brown.
Sometimes I think we’re alone.
Sometimes I think we’re not.
In either case, the thought is staggering.
(Quote: R. Buckminster Fuller)