Sunday 7th July

Well it’s been an interesting week and a busy one which is why this post has been delayed.

Along with all the usual weekly tasks/catching up with business contacts, working with clients I’ve also been helping Mike to get our house ready for sale. A big part of my change plans involves our proposed move to Lincolnshire This is the biggie. We’ve actually been looking for a while even though we weren’t ready to actually make the move. Now though we are actively looking, the house has been measured and photographed and we can expect to see the For Sale sign up any day now.

This is obviously going to be rather pivotal for our other plans. I’m really not sure what it is going to mean either for my business or for Mike’s work. We are both stepping into the unknown with what we do on a daily basis depending, at least in part, on what property we end up buying.

While we go through this process I will continue to work with clients and will be focussing my forward steps on preparing to move and on my heath and learning. It’s exciting times but at the same time I’m feeling a little nervous. It is reassuring to know a couple of people who have relocated in recent years and neither regret the move.

In the meantime my ‘small steps’ method is working well and the Google keep lists are helping me to keep on track as I keep moving forward. This morning started with a walk to StadiumMk to make sure I got my quota of walking in. I’m sitting writing this in McDonalds, not my preferred choice but nowhere else is open for coffee before 8am on a Sunday.

The next few months have the potential to be very challenging but we’ll be doing our best to take things as they come and to keep our eyes on the prize, which will be much easier once we have found the house that we want. Meanwhile I’ve got my Vision Board to keep me on track.

About Clare Wildman

YES! I’ve found my purpose in life and it’s to help others to change their life. At some level I’d always known that, I just didn’t know how. Guess how I found out? That’s right I went to a Life Coach and found that coaching was the answer to my own life change and that of others.