There’s a most excellent blog about being on the open road, living life to it’s fullest while traveling from place to place in Europe. For more than six months, she’s been traveling in Europe on a shoe string budget and sharing her gastronomical, sight-seeing adventures. I have only positive things to say about her blog posts, writing and photographs.
If you have a moment I encourage you to check out Tarts and Travels
From the perspective of managing the business of you, Megan is doing what she loves. She set a vision despite unsupportive and supportive feedback, created goals to create her vision and is now managing her resources and daily life with regard to that vision. That’s what the biz of you is all about.
Some of the recent and not so recent posts I’ve enjoyed and pinned pictures from include:
There are many more and reading through them we can get a sense that creating the vision we have for our life is possible if we just keep at it. Of course, those are my words as I see her website through the lens of the Biz of You.
I sit in a riotous cafe, surrounded by students, business suits, and service workers on their lunch break. Silverware is rattling and the oven door slams as the three people working in the kitchen struggle to organize themselves in a way that enables them to keep their heads above water with the orders.
They are treading water on the verge of skinking.
I have a feeling it may be a while before my sandwich is ready but that’s fine. I’m patient. I’m full of tea and have access to wifi…so let me tell you about St. Andrew’s.
My friends, Kristina & Ty, have been in town. We had a fantastic weekend in the bakery and in Edinburgh. Jock was generous with his time and knowledge, so these two baker friends of mine got a glimpse into baking bread on a much larger scale than they’re used to and I daresay…
View original post 333 more words