Morning folks. πŸ‘‹ Welcome to the first day of a new week and to my latest blog goals for the week ahead where I set out my blog schedule and creative goals for the coming seven days. 😁

First up, later on today I’ll be posting the 1st of my motivational running quotes. This will be followed up on Tuesday by my 1st poetic offering of the week with a piece titled: CALCULATED RISK written on my 2 week blog break.

On Wednesday, I’ll be sharing the 2nd of motivational running quotes along a poem inspired by Sadje’s latest #WhatDoYouSee #WDYS Poetry Image Prompt challenging us to write a poem based on “a copse of trees, reflected in the water. There is a mystical light shining between the trees that’s also reflected in water.”

Should you wish to participate in the prompt you can access it through the link below:

On Thursday, we’ll be taking a trip down movie memory lane once more with 2 new re-views of some old cinema reviews from 2007. This week we will be looking back at historical flick: ELIZABETH: THE GOLDEN YEARS & political drama: LIONS FOR LAMBS

On Friday I’ll be sharing my final motivational running quote and poem for the week. The poem is called: THESE WORDS (They’d Say), also composed on my fortnight’s blog hiatus and inspired by the idea of if the eloquence of my written work could be matched by what I say verbally.

Finally, on Saturday, I’ll taking a couple more of my favourite poetry quotes; breaking them down; analysing them and applying the lessons learned to our daily lives as poets & readers alike. And on Sunday I’ll be rounding it all up with my blog recap.

That’s all for this week folks. Hope you stay tuned with me over the coming days and read my posts. πŸ€žπŸ™πŸ˜ Until next Monday, mind yourselves; stay creative and take care.


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  1. I wonder if you set goals for the other aspects of your life too, Ken.

    For example, do you tell your children – on Monday, I will take you to school, then, I will pick you up and buy you ice cream before helping you with your homework, etc., etc…? πŸ˜€

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    1. Good point my friend! πŸ‘πŸ˜ Yeh, well I do set goals for my running each week in terms of days & times I do them at. And when the kids are at school, I do tell them I’ll pick them up after and if the weather’s nice, I promise them a trip to the playground. The homework stage has yet to kick in for us yet. Though Grace, my oldest, is beginning primary school in September. πŸ˜πŸ˜ƒ


      1. Hahaha! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I wasn’t always like this David, truth be told! πŸ‘ Used to be fairly scatter brained and unorganised actually when I was younger.


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