Vacation time can be exhausting… in a good way! So many flight options, routes, schedules, baggage fees, plane meals 🙁
Once landing at the destination, so much good food! Damn my diet!
In my case, so many beaches to visit, with a lot of activities like snorkeling, parachuting, tanning, beach massage, walking, swimming, paddle boarding =0)
Vacation time offers a lot of physical yet relaxing time that cleanses the mind from our life’s routine and turns the body into a fun machine, ready to go from one activity to the other, with enough energy to enjoy and rejoice without limits. Sleeping becomes a wonderful time to quickly recharge and restart the cycle the next day, looking forward to a new sunrise, new food, new activities, new relaxation, new exhausting… challenging… exhilarating… fun.
Learning while being on vacation is not optional. We learn new places, new tricks to our gadgets in order to capture those moments. We learn the limits of our bodies, when tasting new local foods and drinks (this, while fun, can come with a toll).
This is what I learned while on vacation:
Going back home is always an opportunity to relearn, because time produces change… change in our minds, in our bodies, in our families, in our old friends, in our neighbors.
Learn while you’re on vacation. It’s always fun… it’s always exciting… it’s always beneficial.
Keep learning, while having fun!
We all have the same time in a day, but that is not difficult to figure out.
The challenge is to figure out what to do with all that time. Some people say this is too much, some say is not enough. Everyone can come up with a list like the one I’m going to propose, and the time we spent on it also counts against those 24 hours.
So, what are you doing with your time?
Put together your own list, including your life priorities, so you can steer your life the way you’ve always wanted.
Let’s learn together!