My week started with a couple of days off visiting family. On Monday I went to watch The Hundred at Trent Bridge with my sister and her family. My nephews (aged 3, 6 and 8) were beyond excited about their first live sport event (and getting to stay up late!) It was a great day out and our team won both matches.
On Tuesday we stopped off to visit my aunt and uncle on our way home. We raided their fruit trees, helped collect firewood and went out for lunch.
The time off over the Bank Holiday meant I had a three-day work week. Here’s what I spent my time on:
- finishing the set up for our next accountability group
- running a quarterly planning session
- research for an upcoming talk on the role of personal development in the transition to self-employment
- writing a brief and marketing plan for the freelancer away days I’m running later this year
- a project plan for my next group coaching programme
Over the weekend, I:
- watched finals day of The Hundred
- had a games and pizza night with a couple of friends
- prepped all the fruit we brought home ready for the freezer
- visited a friend in her new flat for Sunday lunch
- went for a stroll at the coast