Vlog 217 19th of June 2016 vlog update
This was a week of highs and lows. But at the end of the week reflecting back on it, the highs definitely out weighed the lows 🙂 From time to time events fold on our path, that no matter how prepared we think we are, they still mess up our plans. How we react in these situations is often much more important than the original plans. To be able to see the positive in these situations is how we succeed.
So I think it goes without saying there were few lessons in store this week 😉
This weeks song “Live to fight another day” tackles a very important subject of domestic violence. It is something I strongly believe we need to talk about much more. So check out the song and share it with the world:
In Monday’s vlog we have the best busker I have heard in a long time:
OK, just to clarify, I finally decide to drop the vlog numbers from the titles on Tuesday. The numbers are still in the descriptions and in the video itself 🙂 Tuesdays vlog was another Instagram mission, this time I was heading out to find the rugged beauty in the back streets of Dublin:
On Wednesday I took you to the Merrion Square park, where I was enjoying the weather and editing vlogs 🙂
This is probably one of my favourite vlogs. I managed to capture a fellow musician making someones day a very special one. And Brian behind the bar is spreading hope.
As usual in the Fridays vlog I talk more in detail about this weeks new song. I also take you along for my morning run.
I finish the week talking about a lot of the same stuff I started this blog post with. It was a little bit of an eye opening moment 🙂
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During weeks like these I realise how much I enjoy sharing my journey with you guys and at the same time, it is like an outlet in tough times for me. So once again I would just like to say from the bottom of my heart, thank you for watching the vlogs and sharing the journey with me 🙂