Inspiration from a photo of a Kookaburra


Inspiration comes from all aspects of life. I find it on waking and seeing the sun rise and the softness of the shadows on the water. I find it watching people and wondering about their story. I find it in news reports, social media, magazines, nature and magical moments that just scream at me, “Now there’s a great story idea”.

How do you get inspired?

To inspire you today, be it in your writing endeavours, career, self-help, fitness, diet or whatever I’ve posted this photo. If you want to write – what is the kookaburra’s story? If you need inspiration to build your career – what could this kookaburra teach you about perseverance? If you’re feeling depressed does this beautiful bird of prey make you smile? If you need to get your fitness moving you’ll see more wildlife, like this kookaburra if you get outside and exercise in nature. If you’re diet needs inspiration, think of the kookaburra and how much protein it eats.

Kookaburra on my clothesline Feb 2015

Kookaburra on my clothesline Feb 2015

There you go, let that inspiration stay with you.

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About donnadmunro

Donna Munro is an author, freelance writer, blogger, graphic artist, content writer, book marketer, administrator, web editor and book reader. She's been published in Take Five, The Australian Woman's Weekly, For Me, She, That's Life, Woman's Day and Club Life (as well as smaller publications). She recently formed Warm Witty Publishing to self publish her debut novel 'The Zanzibar Moon', because she's too impatient to wait any longer. Donna lives on the Gold Coast with her husband, youngest son and the weirdo Staffy Mahli. She adores being a grandmother but still feels young. She often joins her husband's pool cleaning business, just for fun (but is unsure if she's all that helpful). She keeps fit and has a fondness for elephants (she sponsors Tundani in Kenya) and owls. You'll often find her digging her toes in the sand while reading a novel at the beach.

Posted on February 5, 2015, in Animals and conservation, Health and fitness, Writers, Writing tips and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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