Sometimes you read a post by someone who don’t even know and you just feel connected. I think it’s because you share their world view or just their general philosophy on life. It’s nice anyway, so I thought I’d share it with you.
The first two weeks of August my family went on a camping road trip from our home in Maine to my brother-in-law’s wedding near San Diego. It was the first two week vacation I’d taken in at least five years. It won’t be that long before I do it again.
Here are are a few lessons I learned (or was reminded of ) while on the road.
You see differently close up and open.
I’ve come to think of myself as a homebody because I spend so much time in and around my house. I am NOT a homebody! I’m an introvert who telecommutes. I love new experiences, traveling, and being with people. Attending to inner and outer worlds is important for balance. Daily routines need shaking up with adventure.
There’s so much adventure to be had out there, in the real world, without an internet connection or device. …
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