Unlike my real life I must admit that not much time or thought is put into planning any goals for Second Life. I have always seen Second Life as a place to have some fun and enjoy conversations with other adults.
Committing to things such as a modelling programme or even being a store owner required more work and dedication than I was prepared to invest. We all know the sheer hours that are invested offline in those pursuits and I simply didn’t want to take on any additional obligations to rival the real life ones I have. Second Life was a place for frivolous recreation and enjoyment.
Leaving things to chance and enjoying a more spur of the moment, what will be will be; existence has ensured that my Second Life has been filled with unique experiences and adventures.
Being focus driven in my real life I often utilise goal maps and inspirational quotes to help maintain enthusiasm on those steep mountain climbs to achievement. Having a vision of what we aspire to be/or have, does set us upon the correct path in obtaining goals. Creating visual maps with selected pictures and key words can be useful tools to remind us of the journey we’ve set. After all, any help to keep us in the right direction is a good thing.
However when it comes to my Second Life, my future vision is simple. Have no expectations and just enjoy the fun and friendship this crazy place brings.
Your Self-Love Assignment
Your self-love assignment this week is to create a Vision Map for one important area of your life.
Hang your Vision Map some place where you’ll see it daily. Refer to it to determine which choices, actions, and behaviours will move you closer to your best year, and which will not.
© The Best Year of Your Life by Debbie Ford
I have to admit I had way too much fun creating the photographs for this post. A believer of natural remedies, aromatherapy and meditation, although not currently a regular user of tarot cards there was a time in my life when weekly readings for friends was an enjoyed hobby.
Arcana Antiques & Oddities offers these fun gypsy items at the Fantasy Room which runs till April 25. With the Gypsy Wagon only 100 Linden and the other items filling a gacha machine of 50 Linden a play, it is easy to collect all the bits and pieces.
The versatility in these items is amazing! There is a large range of texture change options, for wood and cloth, on the furniture items found in the gacha, such as the chairs, table and herb cabinet.
Whilst the Gypsy Wagon texture HUD is filled with an impressive list of textures to allow you to create a unique and individual item. A range of options for the door cloth; door; ornaments; metals, frame; posts; roof; styles; treads; walls; wheels; windows and guarantees you will be using this item for many years to come.