Rory has some more questions for us;
Do you consider yourself an adventurous person?
Basically, I wouldn’t rank myself as an adventurous person at all. But when I look back at my life, I feel that I have had a few adventures during my 59+ years.
I moved with my daughter and grandson to the USA at the age of 54 and then traveled back and forth for 5 years. I didn’t think that I would be doing it, but when I had to, I did it.
I think the difference is that I don’t plan on having adventures but when I have to undertake something challenging, I do it with courage.
Are you always looking to improve yourself and improve your outlook on life?
And blogging has done a lot in educating me about new concepts and ideas. My outlook has improved vastly through blogging, reading, and meeting new people.
Can you self-motivate your enthusiasm?
I can, and do. My way of motivating myself is to talk to myself and tell me, that this needs to be done. And the second step is to start doing the thing which needs to be done instead of thinking about it.
Do you know what you want from your life?
I want a peaceful life. I don’t crave excitement but if something new comes along that I can experience conveniently, I go for it. But at the same time, the routine doesn’t bore me. I can be happy with my own company.
Have you still got much to achieve with your life and if so what are your plans with regards to awakening the inner inspiration?
My goals are simple and mundane.
– I want to live a healthier lifestyle. It means reducing my weight and getting my numbers in the acceptable range.
– I want to touch the lives of others in a positive way and I think by blogging I can do it.
– I want to be remembered with joy after I am gone.
To achieve these goals, I walk and try to eat healthy. I think of positive things to write in my blog. And I try not to be a nuisance to others.