Welcome to Bigger Picture Moments! Taking time to revel in the simple moments that make up the bigger picture of our life!
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This was my words of wisdom a few weeks ago. I love it because it's so true. How often do I have an idea right before falling asleep and cannot recall it in the morning?
I am an idea person. I feel like my brain never stop thinking of things to do. Today I thought of:
- a social media event I would like to host
- what the revisons will look like for a project I just completed for NEXT years versions
- a short story
- no fewwer then 5 house projects
- at least 6 blog posts
The problem is that ideas need not just to be given flight but to also have a landing pad. Somewhere to land, develop and flourish.
Hyacynth is my landing pad for ideas. We frequently have brain dump sessions where we just spill long lists of ideas and thoughts. Sometimes those ideas are given firm footing and the plans are put in motion.
One of those recent plans was that I wanted to devlop a downloadable e-book for my local site. I wanted to make a Green Resource Guide for people looking for businesses and services to help them lead a greener life. See when I am looking for something green I can just ask Hy, but not veryone has a Hyacynth in their life (but they should).
Friends after a few months of long hard work and stepping out of our comfort zone, we did it!
We released a donwloadable guide to be a resource to helping those around us live a greener life. An idea was giving both wings and a landing strip and was turned into a reality.
Do you have ideas, thoughts, dreams? If you don’t have someone to be your landing strip, find one, it’s so rewarding.
(on a slightly related note, if one of your ideas is to write more, write a book, a story, or anytihing really be sure to check out the Bigger Picture Blogs Writing Circles! They are an amazing place of encourgement for writers. Our next one is Fiction on June 15, you can sign up here )
Simply giving ideas a place to land, that's my Simple Moment, Bigger Picture this week. What's Yours
Harness the moment. Write it down, share a picture, a poem or prose. However YOU need to process and remember the moment. All moments big and small.
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