I’ve read stories about people coming back home after long term travel abroad and it being difficult for them to readjust or find their place in the world. After having so many off the wall, unexpected, and once-in-a-lifetime experiences on a daily basis it can be a shock to the system to come back to mediocrity. I had planned to take a few months to regroup and think about all that I had accomplished and realized during my travels and how exactly to incorporate that in to my “new life”. However, with all of the moving and getting settled in that definitely proved to be quite challenging. The reality of it all is that up until last week I’ve been all over the place. I knew all along that I had plenty of things to tackle but I didn’t really know when or exactly how to approach everything. My main focus was…What the heck am I going to do with the rest of my life?
After you’ve sacrificed everything to embark on a journey to define “happy” in your own words it can be difficult to make decisions for fear that they will in some way be detrimental to your happiness. For the last month I’ve been praying, thinking, eating, hoping, wishing, researching, eating, praying, eating, doubting, praying, eating, and praying.
Finally, I had my “AHA” last week and I know for sure what I want for this next chapter in my life. Now that the stress of the “what” is out of the way it is time to get back in to BEAST-MODE and figure out and implement the “how”.
Since I’m officially “back in business” I will return to posting regularly. As I mentioned before this is a continuous journey. I’m experiencing every aspect of my life while looking through a whole new pair of glasses and I’d love to continue to take you all along for the ride. Buckle up
Peace and Blessings,