I always want to say I got up early today when I start these blog post and quite possibly many I have! but at nearly 50 days in it's not really any different now to any other day. Still it is earlier than I was and I am still blogging about my Miracle Mornings and the impact it is having in my life in the vision and intention to inspire others whilst motivating myself and living a level 10 fulfilled life. So today I got up early (feels good to say it!) 5:30 am and I did my SAVERS routine , Sit Spot meditation outside in the garden, followed by affirmations , visualisation , exercise, reading and scribing/journalling.
Today is going to be a fun day, I am off to see a friend in a rural market town called Tavistock in West Devon here in the UK. Only about 15 miles from where I live. We are going to go exploring the town, do some shopping and have a friendly catch up. Something I promised myself to do more of under friends family and fun for my Level 10 life planning.
When you have fun plans for the day it really does help the getting up part. So note to self fun things everyday to be scheduled in!
The feeling today brings reminds me that life is for living and so it's time to say yes to more adventures. I will try and share some of the places I visit and some information through the year through my blog posts so that they may inspire you to do the same or similar or even just give you an idea or inspiration of somewhere you may want to add to your travel and adventure list.
Information on Tavistock
A really vibrant and interesting town, I found out it is the birthplace of Sir Francis Drake, vice admiral (c. 1540 – 27 January 1596) was an English sea captain, privateer, navigator, slaver, and politician of the Elizabethan era.
Tavistock lies on the edge of Dartmoor, around 24 kilometers (14.9 mi) north of Plymouth on the A386, with a population of 11,018, circa 2005.
The town is centered on the paved amenity of Bedford Square, around which are found St. Eustachius Church and the Abbey ruins, to the west, the Grade 2-listed Town Hall, the disused former Guildhall/magistrates’ court buildings, and Pannier Market buildings behind the Town Hall.
The pannier market and town hall has a host of events and facilities available and is a real treat to visit.
For more information on visiting Tavistock I found this website useful : http://www.visit-tavistock.co.uk/