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You are unbreakable

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You are unbreakable | www.suzy-homemaker.co.uk

At the end of 2014, I decided to move my PA business onto a 4-day week. I figured that if I'm going to write a blog, it'd be quite helpful to have one day a week that I actually do stuff I can blog about!

My clients took it really well, especially those concerned with personal growth, who applauded my decision. Consequently, Fridays have now become "Mydays", when I get to do what I want, when I want.

Today, I decided to... clean my office.

SO rock and roll!

When your bedroom office doubles as a studio for all manner of crafts, it can get very messy, very quickly. I took one look at it this morning and realised it was time for a tidy up.

As boring as that may sound, I do love me a good clear out. De-cluttering and organising is food for the soul. A sack full of recycling is my idea of a great morning's work, especially if it also means ticking off tasks that I never seem to get around to.

You too?

I knew I wasn't alone.

Anyway, I digress. The point of this post isn't about cleaning, or getting organised. It's about the power of song lyrics.

For the first time in I can't remember how long, I decided to fire up iTunes to keep me company. I used to be right into my music but over the last decade, I've almost stopped listening to music on a regular basis.

I think I've hit "that age" – you know, the one where our parents yelled "turn that rubbish down!" or blathered on about how music was SO much better in their day.

Blah, Blah, Blah.

But it's true! I can honestly say that most of the stuff I hear these days bores me to tears. Even my wonderful, 70-year-old neighbour is more musically current than me!

Thankfully, Beloved's favourite Absolute 80s radio station ensures my life isn't entirely devoid of decent tunes.

Anyway, as I sorted through yet another stack of rubbish I'm never going to do anything with, my computer shuffled its random selection and I was suddenly reminded of the power of music.

One of my favourite Bon Jovi tracks came on and I immediately stopped what I was doing. The lyrics were so appropriate for where I am in my life right now.

No time for fussing and fighting
Lived through the screaming and the lying
I'm fine, you can't deny
I'm unbreakable
I'm invincible
C'mon bring it to me,
'Cause I'm always gonna be unbreakable
I'm always gonna be unbreakable

I gotta tell you, cranking up the volume and having a right old sing song does wonders for you. Rocking out to a belting tune left me feeling energised and the lyrics inspired me so much, I couldn't wait to share them with you.

Be invincible

Be unstoppable.

You are unbreakable. 

Have a nice day! ;-)



"Unbreakable" is off the album "Have a Nice Day" by Bon Jovi.  Click HERE for the full song!

You're welcome Jovi fans!

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    Ruth Saturday, 14 March 2015

    I enjoy your lovely blog Sue. The power of words is amazing and song lyrics are such a wonderful way to empower us. Im decluttering to. Spring has arrived and next Friday I will sweep through the house refreshing the energy. Wishing you a happy Saturday x

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    Suzy Homemaker Saturday, 14 March 2015

    Thank you for lovely words, Ruth. Every year, I realise where the term 'spring cleaning' must have come from. It's so therapeutic after a long winter. Hope yours goes well!

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    Holly H Monday, 16 March 2015

    Love it Sue! My office has just undergone a sort out with more to come & I love listening to some of my favourite music whilst decluttering too... H x

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    Jen Monday, 16 March 2015

    I know what you mean about losing the art of listening to music. I've recently discovered it again, and it's a wonderful thing. Love a good '80s tune too ;)

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