One Day Perhaps

 



Hi everyone

I’m tired today and when I’m tired I like to think about things I’m looking forward to in the future.

Here’s a list of things I look forward to being able to do, one day ….. one day ….. one day:

 

·       Rising everyday naturally without an alarm

·       Road tripping on a whim

·       Learning French polishing

·       Having a long quiet morning routine in the garden before breakfast

·       Taking a leisurely daily homemade breakfast either on the front or back patio

·       Only having to look at emails once a day (in the same way as I deal with daily snail mail)

·       Cooking, washing, housekeeping for only two people

·       Doing the weekend on any day of the week

·       Volunteering during the day

·       Finding a secret picnic spot for Mrs and I

·       Getting eye laser surgery (eeeep!)

·       Not being bound by hours and minutes

·       Reading till day break

·       Gardening in the moonlight

·       Toast, tea & a chat at midnight

·       Writing my grimoire of life learnings, formulas, concepts and paradigm shifts (Dad’s book)

·       Having house guests at any time for any reason

·       Working with zero correlation to money

·       Spending time in the workshop on projects whenever I like

·       Sharing work shed space with Mrs (we have this idea of dividing up the work shed with his/her sides with a potbelly stove and old armchairs in the middle)

·       Converting my office room into a library/study

·       Finishing the vegetable garden area and planting fruit trees

·       Finding a secret camping spot for Mrs and I

·       Doing a final big cull of ‘stuff’

·       Becoming a qualified financial counsellor

 

But hey, it’s best I don’t wish my life away too quick!

 

Take care and stay nice

Phil

Comments

  1. I like a lot of those items on your one day list...some of them are definitely on mine too!

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    1. Fingers crossed I'll be able to start in earnest with many of them in about 3 years once I have reached my F.I. number

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  2. Love your list...I learnt French Polishing about 30 years ago when you could do an adult evening course at TAFE for $5 for the 8 week course...my sister also did it after me back then. You could also leave your big piece of furniture there for the 8 weeks.

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    1. Gee - I don't think TAFE in my area offer that service. My mum did French polishing and I've always loved it.

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  3. Try and start doing something now Phil, don’t leave it all for the future. X

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    1. I'm running out of hours in the day whilst I'm still working - but yes, you're right of course.

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  4. Don't wish your life away Phil! I haven't used an alarm in years. My body is used to the 5am rises and I do that 7 days a week. I take my four legged friend for a leisurely 5 km walk and then enjoy my coffee on the Patio overlooking my beautiful garden before starting work at 6.30am. Just start doing some of these things!

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    1. You are right Francesca - I'll have to re-prioritize so I can live in the moment more.

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