Friday check in. What steps have you taken this week to move (even an inch) closer to your goals?
I stopped listening to my inner critic and began writing out a 10 day re-set program to help my clients actually get started with making a change, as often it’s the first steps that are the hardest. What have YOU done this week? Let me know! 🤗#progressnotperfection
A spot of colour for my feed after months of brown and grey. Yesterday felt like summer never mind spring but we've woken to a cloudy sky this morning. This little bluebell is a reminder that it is spring though, I just hope the weather catches up soon! Also, this was one of the first bluebells that was peeking through but I think in another week this patch of woodland is going to be beautiful. I've already made a note to go back then.
The Temple Basin track - probably our favourite hike we did in Arthur's Pass. Its a little steep but doesn't take long to get up, and you can have lunch with the keas 🐦. Also great views on Mt. Rolleston across the valley!
Did you know that most deer and elk shed their antlers in the late winter/early spring? That's when testosterone levels in bulls drop so low that the bone tissue connecting the antlers to the pedicels (the bony base plate) simply deteriorates. Look closely at these three and you'll notice the freshly denuded pedicels, which look like open sores. They'll heal over and the deer or elk will instantly begin growing new ones in preparation for next season's rut.
It's funny the farther I am away from things the more I feel my truest self. Througout a normal day I am constantly looking at googlemaps, out here I never question where im going. "being outdoors allows us to nourish ourselves without distraction. It's vital to our physical, mental, and emotional-wellbeing" -Alexis Kranss