I just do stuff and never really think about whether I can do it; I just am, do, and learn. Everything always works out somehow, even if, at times, it seems impossible. Patience and trust, though, are still challenged. Acting at the right time and knowing when to wait are practices that I continuously have to improve.
“An unexpected and fun twist.”
In mid-2019, I took a new and unplanned fun turn in developing the concept around my Crumelurs. In the process, my company became one of the companies in Krinova Science Park, Sweden. The Crumelurs entry became my exit from a part-time job as a marketing and communications manager for an innovative technology company. Then came Covid. Stillness. And at the same time, I got diagnosed with cancer. Time for thought and reflection. In mid-2021, things started rolling again, differently, at a different pace, and with new insights. And most and all, I’m grateful and happy that I’m still around. Keeping focused, having trust in the best, and staying happy are always what I can and do. Keeping on smiling and looking at the good happening is energizing and hopeful.
“What I know.”
Writing, drawing, and photography have always been a part of life. It happens by itself; I just do it, and it comes naturally, like breathing. My writing turns into blogs, articles, and books. The consistent theme of the texts is to lead oneself and others healthy and creatively, and I’m sharing my experiences and mindset in life. A life that has and continues to take several quick and unforeseen turns. I can tell that it’s a valuable resource in this analog-digital age with rapid changes and new conditions. The drawing mainly turns out as Crumelurs, and I usually take photos with the mobile camera in the spur of the moment. Being in the making, at the moment here and now, gives peace to body and soul.
“Soulfulness” is the word that I’ve found that best describes the state I experience when body, thoughts, emotions, and soul is all one. It’s a pleasurable sense of being and acting from the inside out. The experience of time and space ceases to exist. It’s the empty room, a feeling of loneliness that might occur, and we’re encouraged to fill it with anything, unfortunately. Because when we dare to be in that empty room, in soulfulness, we’re connected to our inner power, creativity, and true knowledge. I’m always striving to be in soulfulness because everything works out for the best when being and acting from there, from within. A need in the quest to be in soulfulness is to”clear my head” every day, and my favorites for that are yoga, walks, and bike rides at an enjoy-your-life pace. And, of course, drawing the Crumelurs.
“You are a true inspiration!”
These are words I often hear describe me and warm my heart. It refers to the fact that I inspire people to be who they are, lead themselves, and live a life where they feel good. Over the years, I have developed the ability to guide myself through different, sometimes trickier, situations, still in a good mood. Even if life seems crazy at times, there are always opportunities. I’m striving forward with confidence that things will work out for the best because it does.
On the blog “A life beverino,” I share experiences, knowledge, and thoughts about life’s small and big things making my life beverino. About being human(e) in a whimsical world. The blog also includes some bits and pieces on writing and reading. And, of course, occasionally tell you about what my Crumelurs are up to. The adventures of the Crumelurs are also to be followed on Instagram and Facebook.
In the same spirit as in the blog, I’m having inspirational talks and working as an advisor and mentoring on keeping the focus on the good things in life, which energizes and makes you walk through life smiling a bit more.
“The meaning of life is to enjoy it every day.”
There is always something for me to enjoy. If nothing else, a double espresso and rejoicing that I’m alive.
Feel free to send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I’m also open to discussing how we may work together.