100 Weeks Of Self Discovery

NEW FEATURE: 100 Weeks of Discovery! – Week 1 – Long Life Dreams

Welcome to a brand new feature that is going to run every other Tuesday on The Phoenix Remix! The strand Listed! has now come to an end, thank you for those who read it, however from now on we are going on a different adventure – welcome to the brand new feature called 100 Weeks of Discovery!

The shop Paperchase, is sadly coming to an end but in the weeks to the run up, I have been visiting to find out what books I can use to create articles from and luckily yet again, I was welcomed with a brand new one called A Pocketful of Self Discovery!

So for 100 weeks we are going to explore the prompts and see what happens! Enjoy!

Week 1 – Five Goals To Help You Get Closer To Your Life Long Dreams

1) Embrace Ambition

If there is one thing that I really enjoy then it is work – I am always looking for ways to develop my skills and look for new ways to edit or be creative. One of my goals has always been to keep looking for new and exciting opportunities and I feel that sometimes it can lead to some new and exciting adventures you never thought were possible which ends up making you proud.

2) Try New Hobbies

I am always someone who loves trying new hobbies and the pandemic really pushed this to the limit and I ended trying out a lot of new crafts such as sewing, cross stich and painting to name a few. It has persuaded me to keep pushing and trying new hobbies whenever I can.

3) Explore the World

Travel to me is always something that completely fascinates me and I love trying to explore as much as I can. I am always looking for my next adventure whether it be long or short just so I can see something new!

4) Volunteer More

I love volunteering but my work has meant that sometimes it has had to take a backseat. In the past I have volunteered for RAG at university, RSPB and the Red Cross. I would love to help with an animal charity or foster rabbits.

5) Understand Photography more

I love photography and tend to take a lot of photographs but sometimes I feel that I do not embrace the skill of it enough. I would love to really take time to reseach it and understand it.

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