There’s nothing like a lovely fruit tea and quiet time to sit and read… I’m grateful for a pot of “wild fruit tea” and a great chat with Peter at Newtown Providores, before getting lost in a very inspiring chapter of my new book! I made a few edits, but mostly enjoyed the read. I took a picture of the front door after I left, because it was then that I started thinking about how I love Dubbo, I love our businesses here. This particular business is wonderful in that it’s so unique, they have amazing food, service and of course tea, and a spot to sit and think or chat. I’ve spent many lovely hours here… (and met some great people too!)
In other news – my book (which is not related to this blog) profiles a number of successful regional entrepreneurs and of course, there’s only space to profile a small number of brilliant people, but it gives great examples of the possibilities in regional Australia, and the thinking of some of the achievers.
I have been asked a lot lately if my book has something to do with my 100 Days of Gratitude blog, so it might be useful to clarify. The decision to blog about what I’m grateful for was not a business decision, it was an idea that occurred with a friend in a cafe as we discussed the value of writing what we’re grateful for.
Hope this has been interesting, and useful, although the original idea was just to share inspring and inspired thoughts, it’s the 100 Days of Gratitude that has taken over lately. There will most likely be another 100 Days of something exciting (not revealing my idea just yet) and I appreciate that friends are sharing the journey. (You don’t have to wait to see me downtown to comment though – share your thoughts below!
Cheering you on,