I wasn’t sure this would happen in 2012.
I had such a good time (dare I say “life-changing experience?”) during my Epic Road Trip in 2011 that I just *knew* I wanted to do the same thing this year—and really, every year going forward.
That is: taking at least two weeks completely offline.
One of my favorite concepts from a recent Optimal Living 101 Reboot class I took goes something like this…
It’s not that we work too hard, it’s that we don’t recover enough.
So, with a pilot shot and $10K raised, I think it’s time to take a step away from the computer and relax, rejuvenate, and recover. :)
For the next two weeks, I’ll be spending my time on Kauai and Maui.
I arrived (back!) to Kauai last week and SO THRILLED to be here just kickin’ it. ;)
I join my family on Maui for the week of Christmas—they’ve never been out to the islands, and thanks to $5 flights, it’s now possible. Really excited for them to be out here!!
Oh, then then I hop over to Oahu for a New Year’s Eve Macklemore concert in Honolulu. Crazy. :)
So what will I be up to during this break?
- Practicing my fundamentals
- Talking to people
And what will I *not* be up to?
- Insane amounts of time just being “online”
I’m particularly looking forward to the journaling, to really take stock of 2012, what went well/what didn’t, where I spend my time (80/20’ing my life), and seeing what my plans and goals are for 2013.
I have realized that whatever I do, I want the experience to be really, really FUN. You know, people laughing and having a ridiculously, great time. I’ve found a few experiences in my life (including some this year) where this is the case, and I’m looking to do more of that, including with my work! I also have ideas for more in-person stuff, along with developing the show.
Excited to see what goodness 2013 brings…
I hope you find some time during the last weeks of 2012 to relax, too.
Wishing you a very happy holiday season wherever you are in the world!