What gives you energy? What can you always get motivated for regardless of how tired you feel?
Much like many of you whom I have bumped into whilst picking up and dropping off dogs over the last few weeks, our household has not been spared the autumn sicknesses.
With two young kids in and out of kindergarten we have found that everyone is a little bit snotty.
This in turn sometimes makes it a little bit harder to rest up and regenerate at night when you have trouble breathing through your nose.
It is just that time of year and almost inevitable.
But like I mentioned in the first paragraph there are just some things where you find the extra energy reserves.
For myself I can be slumped on the sofa with aching limbs, feeling like I want to either have a nap or just fall asleep…. BUT once on a dog walk or doing downhill skiing, I seem to access extra reserves.
Now whether I have structured my life around this or whether it is a coincidence, my last two jobs have been Ski Instructor and Dog Walker.
When your job is also what gives you meaning and purpose, the energy will always follow.
If I was to take a day off work and be able to do anything, I would most likely go ski for a few hours and then go for a long hike with my dog.
So with this in mind why not ask yourselves what you would do with a free day off and endless possibilities?
Maybe you would cook up a fantastic four course meal. Well have you thought about starting a cooking blog as a side hobby?
Maybe you would go to a beer festival and sample the latest tastes. Have you thought about starting to brew up your own batches and find fun in experimenting with flavours?
The opportunities are endless and trust me you will always find the energy for things you truly love doing.
Doggies: Haraka, Bella and Lykke
Doggies: Lucy, Max, Sid, Harpo and Tex
Doggies: Lottie, Lucy and Kimba
Doggies: Vali, Deano and Cessa
Have a lovely weekend with your doggies and we are back again Monday morning for more dogwalking in Oslo nature.
Christina, Linn, Veronica, Alex and Matt