It’s been a busy few weeks, and I’m excited to share what’s been happening in the world of ‘Adventures In Happiness’.
You may (or may not) have noticed I’ve not yet finished writing about Nepal. I’ve not forgotten. Far from it. I’ve just switched my focus to something else. Let me explain….
First, I recorded my very first podcast.
It happened last Monday at 8am. There’s nothing quite like starting the week off strong, and a massive thanks to Art of Brilliance for letting me share my experiences and learnings from the past few years of travel, change, and adventure.
Release date is TBC, but i’ll share this out as soon as I know. It’s worth a listen (I am based) if only for my take on what I think really does make me happy.
In the meantime, I’d recommend a look at the site, as well as a listen to the wealth of knowledge that’s on offer, for free. Andy and his team are doing some great work in the world of personal development, happiness, and general go-getting-life-living.
On that note his new book ZEST, is well worth a read.
Second, I had an article published in Campervan – the freedom to explore.
The article touches on why I left my steady job behind 4 years ago, where I’ve been and what I’ve done, along with some of what I’ve learnt.
It’s very exciting to see something like this in print, and it really feels like a culmination of a number of things coming together.
What’s even better is I have another article coming out soon (date TBC) with Motorhome Monthly Magazine, as well as an idea to write a few more articles for places I’ve travelled to myself.
Watch this space…..
Finally, the reviews have started up again on my book Adventures In Happiness!
It’s always nice to get there feedback on something you’ve created. Not only for the ego boost, but it’s super motivating to know people have enjoyed the story.
Sure, it’s not everyone’s idea of fun to quit their job and head off into the unknown in a campervan but, if the story inspires and injects a little bit of fun, adventure, or life into someones day to day living, then it does make it seem that little more worthwhile.
All in all, a good few weeks.