When I was a kid, I used to get this feeling all the time. This floating feeling that life’s great, like you could explode if it gets any better. As grownups, we’re busy, stressed, worried over all sorts of trivial and not-so-trivial stuff, and we rarely, if ever, get that floaty feeling anymore.
However, in the past week or two, a number of positive things have happened, big and small, which have just kept me in that great mood. Some are as simple as losing a couple of pounds after feeling really bloated for ages, having something surprisingly tasty for lunch and the weather being as lovely as it was on Monday and Tuesday (even though it’s now rubbish).
On Tuesday, an article I wrote on the Seven Deadly Sins of Email Marketing Management was published on Digital Web. Then yesterday, like the cherry on the sundae, it featured on the Campaign Monitor blog. (Cheers for the mention, Dave!)
There have been a few other fortuitous events, which I’m sure I’ll be able to get into at a later date, but generally, it’s the small things that are keeping me in such a fab mood.