Guest Post at A Physical Perspective

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Britt Skrabanek is a certified Yoga teacher on an adventure of awareness and self-acceptance, an eternal student who is learning to cultivate a peaceful existence.

She is also an indie author, who enjoys writing about bold female characters who use their misconstrued sass and wit for good, no matter how sticky the situation may be. Her third book, Nola Fran Eviea retro summertime romp—is now available. (on my wish list to read)

I write about, yes you know me well…….. appreciating the moments in life. I am honoured to be a part of The Life Enthusiast Chronicles.

Life is too short remember to appreciate those tiny moments, no matter how minuscule.

bee post

About Minuscule Moments

Everybody has a DREAM. Today is the first day of the rest of my writing life. Its a lonely world out there when you are learning the craft. This year, as the same as last year, I want to finish my first children's picture book. I have learn't many wonderful lessons on this journey. You are never too old to learn.
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25 Responses to Guest Post at A Physical Perspective

  1. Cultivate a peaceful existence–is that an oxymoron? Or wishful thinking? I’m going over to check it out.

  2. jkgphotos says:

    This is so colorful and bright! Just what I needed on a cold winter day in Wisconsin! Thanks Kath!

  3. Great post, thanks Kath! xo

  4. Thanks so much for guesting, you lovely thing!

    • Britt at the age of fifty being called a lovely thing is rare. I am honoured to have been asked and look forward to reading all the other interesting and diverse individuals you will collect over the next year.

  5. Sounds like you and your mate are a creative match made in heaven, Kath! Enjoyed your post!

  6. leamuse says:

    “The signs were always there but I did not listen to my creative self.” That is where many of us fall down.
    “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” – Pablo Picasso
    And especially for you my dear friend:
    “The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.” – Pablo Picasso
    A great post!

  7. Great post Kath. I will check the book out. And I love the bee on the flower! How could I not love that?! 😄 xx

    • Christine thank you, the bees are special as you well know. Without them we would not have fresh food. I watched a documentary in China (I think). Where the bees are gone and the farmer takes a brush and has to pollinate all his fruit trees himself. Nature does a wonderful job and we silly humans seem to to appreciate that only when its gone.

  8. Loved your write up. You’re right, Kath. We do have to listen to that inner voice. When we ignore it, we silence it and banish it. That’s how we lose our dreams. I love your art. Thank you for sharing. 😉

  9. Aquileana says:

    Powerful insights for a great reading dear Kath!. Thanks for sharing!.
    Sending you all my best wishes!. Aquileana 😀

  10. Della Law says:

    Thanks Kath for a little peace on a Monday morning with another hectic week ahead. I feel much calmer for reading your words and I will try to stop, in all the busyness and enjoy the minuscule moments.

  11. Sheila says:

    I love seeing my favorites get together like that! Your posts are always inspiring. Hope you have a wonderful holiday season.

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