Adventure 220 ~ Write A Letter Of Thanks [5]

It’s the final day of my letter-writing adventure and today I’m writing a letter of thanks to everyone who has offered support to me whilst I’ve been adventuring! And here it is ….. (it’s for you).

A Letter Of Thanks To Everyone Who Has Offered Support To Me And To My Adventure Project.

Hello you!

When you’re out on the road adventuring , it’s really good to know that you’ll bump into other people as you go (solo adventuring can get a bit lonely at times). If I’ve bumped into you in the last 7 months, this letter is for you because you’ve really made a difference : you’ve offered me the experience of connection, you’ve offered me support, and you’ve shared your time and spirit with me in generous ways.

If I’m honest, I don’t think my adventures would really have been the same without you. So, I just want to let you know that your support has been really appreciated.

If you read my blog : thank you! I appreciate you taking the time to pop by and leave comments . (I know you’re busy, and the fact that you read my words, and watch my video-blogs, means a great deal to me. Yup. You even reading these very words right now is a big deal.)

If you keep up with my adventures on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or Google+ : thank you! I appreciate the connection and all the retweets, likes, comments  and shares . (You are a fabulous encourager).

If you’ve been inspired to have an adventure or two yourself  : thank you! It’s good to know that there are other  people out there doing their own thing : that makes me smile. (You’ve been in my thoughts).

If you’ve watched my webinars or TV show : thank you! It was good to know that you were watching and it was fun to share the experience with you. (You’ve given me some ideas too : you’re generous in ways that you may not even realise).

If you helped me out by being a guest on my TV show or by being interviewed : thank you! It’s been lovely to discover new friendships and renew old ones. (You really are brilliant.)

If  I’ve written a letter of thanks to you over the last 5 days : thank you! You inspired an adventure. (Wow. Wherever you are in the world : your message got to me. I mean, it really got to me.)

If you are one of my friends, and you continue to listen to me go on (and on) about how brilliant adventuring is : thank you! (No. Really. Because there are another 5 months to go. At least.)

With heartfelt thanks,

Jane (I am just going outside and may be some time, but I do hope to bump into you again).  🙂




Adventure 219 ~ Write A Letter Of Thanks [4]

Today I write a note of thanks to Katherine Bolton, writing coach. Katherine gave me some top tips about getting published ; I really appreciated her generous spirit, her directness and her humour 🙂 .

I am just going outside and may be some time.


Adventure 218 ~ Write A Letter Of Thanks [3]

Today’s letter of gratitude has been sent to William Buhlman, the creator of the audio programme “How To Have An Out- Of- Body Experience.”  I am certain that following this programme helped to create the optimal conditions for the creation of my choral piece and the writing of my short story.

I am just going outside and may be some time.



Adventure 216 ~ Write A Letter Of Thanks [1]

Today, it feels like I’m changing direction. Last week was all about retreating from my distractions (which involved retreating from the world of social media). This week is all about reaching out and connecting!

For 5 days, I’ve decided to write letters of thanks to those who have had a direct impact on my adventures and on my life.

Today, I have written to Asia Voight, animal communicator.

I am just going outside and may be some time.


Adventure 102 ~ Service Superstar

When we think of the words Customer Service Department, often the word “complaint” comes straight to mind! For today’s adventure, I decided to buck the trend and call the store manager of a local supermarket to let him know how brilliant one of his staff is.

Watch today’s video to find out what happened ~

I am just going outside and may be some time.


Adventure 45 ~ Gratitude Journal Day 7

Here I am at the end of my first 7-day gratitude adventure and I’m noticing some really significant changes. Just to be “scientific” about it, I re-took the self-test I did on day 1 of my gratitude journal. Even after only 7 days, I’ve gone up 10% points :).  Now I’m more grateful than 85% of the adult, American population!

In today’s video, I record the final part of my journal and share what I’m noticing about my relationship with gratitude.

I am just going outside and may be some time.


Adventure 44 ~ Gratitude Journal Day 6

It’s day 6 of keeping my gratitude journal and some unusual changes are afoot!

I am just going outside and may be some time 🙂 .


Adventure 43 ~ Gratitude Journal Day 5

It’s already day 5 of my Gratitude Journal and something is shifting!

I am just going outside and may be some time 🙂 .


Adventures 38 – 42 ~ Abundant Gratitude

I’ve been away in Glasgow for a few days so I’ve a bit of catching up to do! In this post I’ve included 5 short videos that will bring you up-to-date with my adventures 🙂 .

Adventure 38 : Day 7 Of The Prosperity Game ~ I share my learning from the previous 7 days along with details of how I spend my daily credit from the Universal Bank (it’s a whopper today, by the way!)

Adventures 39 – 42 : Keeping A Gratitude Journal ~ I’ve never kept a gratitude journal before! I’m interested to see what happens when I place my awareness on the things I’m grateful for. The reason for keeping a gratitude journal are pretty compelling : you can read more about the benefits of gratitude here. You can even take part in an interactive quiz to see how grateful you are 🙂 . I took the quiz before starting and it turns out that I am more grateful than 75% of the American adult population. I feel grateful about that 🙂  and wonder what impact my gratitude journal may have on that figure.

Gratitude Journal Day 1

Gratitude Journal Day 2

Gratitude Journal Day 3

Gratitude Journal Day 4

I am just going outside and may be some time.