Part 2 of the pre-Christmas mini series on well-being, and this week it's about taking notice. Being aware of your surroundings, noticing what's going on around you and how you feel about it, catching sight of the beautiful, and remarking on the unusual.
I'm currently sat on a train going to Bristol, passing through the delightful Wiltshire countryside... and so far I've seen numerous kites (of course!), some deer, alpacas and a beautiful front door on a farm house. I purposely didn't bring anything to do for the journey so I could just stare out of the window. (Irony noted...!)
I love the idea of being curious too. In an age when, if you don't know the answer to something you can find out in seconds, it's sometimes more enjoyable to ponder than to simply know. Shoot the breeze... Chew the cud... Sit and wonder...
So what about you: what have you noticed? What has caught your attention or gaze? What are you pondering? Reflecting on your experiences can really help you appreciate what matters to you, and relaxing your gaze, listening to nothing, or letting your mind drift can be very uplifting. Give it a whirl!
P.S. We raised over £1400 at The Purbeck Workshop Race Night and Exhibition last weekend!
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