Pic of the Week
Friday night was in a South Yarra Hotel with Michelle, Saturday night was Neerim South (Bunyip State Park) in a swag with my son Logan. A quick getaway camping trip to try out our new swags. Only a 90min trip away from home it's a great location for getting back to nature. If you are looking for our spot it was about HERE on google maps.
Here are the top three things that have made a difference in my week.
They might also be useful for you, or not.
1) A great night out I had at...
SoYa Apartment Hotel.Michelle and I celebrated the lifting of restrictions by going out for an amazing lunch at L’Hotel Gitan and then a sleepover at SoYa Apartment hotel. Funky, fun, and fantastic location. This boutique apartment hotel is owned by two brothers who have converted an apartment block into a hotel. They have done an amazing job of it, are hands-on, and up for a great chat about how they did it if you ask. Definitely worth looking at if you are staying in South Yarra area and want a different experience. We paid just $160 for the night. Perfect date night hotel.
2) A cool thing I learned from...
Nicole McClelland @ MS Planet Computer Training. Putting an email in your calendar. Yep, it's crazy easy. You grab an email and drop it in your calendar. It puts it in as an appointment that you can action as an appointment. Amazing. Great for emails that you want to schedule as an action item. One of the coolest, things I’ve learned this week. Try it out.
3) A great chat I had with...
Eat Like the Animals. This book I bought this week after hearing the author talking on the ABC. Sounded super interesting. It’s based on the premise that our evolutionary ancestors once possessed the ability to intuit what food their bodies needed, in what proportions, and ate the right things in the proper amounts—perfect nutritional harmony. From wild baboons to gooey slime molds, almost every living organism instinctively knows how to balance their diets, except modern-day humans. The book explains when and why we lose this ability, and how can we get it back? I haven't read it yet but it sounds like a great read.
Ps. A quote to think about...
“You can search throughout the entire universe for someone who is more deserving of your love and affection than you are yourself, and that person is not to be found anywhere. You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe deserve your love and affection.” - Buddha
I would love your feedback on what had an impact on you and the lesson in it, moral of the story, or learning you would share.
Have a ripper finish to your week.
Cheers Dr. Ben
Dr. Ben Carvosso
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