Happy Monday everyone. I hope you are all keeping well & warm.
Another week has flown by & lots of plans have been put in place.
Some didn’t quite work out but I always believe things are meant to be & there are plenty of other plans on the horizon that could be even bigger & better!
Unfortunately a photo-shoot planned for Sunday was postponed but I am looking forward to getting a few more people involved & working on some more ideas for the rearranged shoot, it might be a bit warmer by then too!!
There have been lots of enquiries coming in for my wedding planning services as well as for Bambino. It looks like it is going to be another busy year for us.
In the meantime plans for The Savvy Wedding Show are coming together nicely.
I am really looking forward to hosting in the St Nicholas Centre which is right in the centre of Ipswich & a beautiful venue.
If any brides or grooms to be are looking for someone else to take the stress away from planning your perfect day get in touch to see what I can do for you.
There are lots of great suppliers from Suffolk & Essex who will also be on hand to help
Make sure you Save The Date;
31st March 2015, 630pm – 930pm, St Nicholas Centre, Ipswich
The Savvy Wedding Show
Would be great to see you there & chat about your wedding plans.
Have a great week whatever you’re doing & Happy Planning!
Today has been a very productive day as well as one of reflection.
I love days when juggling business, pleasure & entertaining an almost 2 year old go by & lots gets achieved.
After leaving the house following a visit from the plumber to fix a leak, we had a nice stroll along the river & saw a swan take flight. This excitement was enough to send my boy off to sleep which meant I could get shopping done, catch up on a few phones calls/messages & call into the bank without any disruptions!
Then onto swimming lessons which my little boy loves (as do I).
Afterwards onto the library then a wander around town where so many shops are shut which is really sad for all the people who worked so hard to build their dream & makes me even more grateful to be able to do what I do from the comfort of wherever I choose to be.
I also walked past where I used to work and thought about all the changes which have taken place in the almost 2 years since I left. I do miss the banter but certainly don’t miss the politics!
Working for yourself can be lonely at times but you get out what you put in & there is always something you can be doing to promote yourself or help others even if you don’t see results straight away if you put the work in you will get the rewards.
If you are having a quiet time, enjoy these lovely crisp autumn days, write your wish list & go for it!
Look forward & find lots of things to look forward to.
Look back & take the good, learn from the bad & keep smiling!!