“To travel is to take a journey into yourself.”
This past Saturday morning, I taught my last yoga class for three whole weeks.
I’ve been talking about this adventure, in great anticipation, for a while now. If you’ve been to my classes, read the last few newsletters of followed me on social media, you’re likely bored by the topic (and I apologize) but I was just unable to temper my excitement.
You could say this trip has been forty-five years in the making.
And, we finally set sail!
My husband and I very intentionally carved out this time to unplug, recharge, simplify, immerse ourselves in nature and disconnect from our day-to-day routines.
We’re just a handful of days into our travels and I already have to stop to think about what day it is. It is Friday, isn’t it?!
Honestly, it has taken a bit to surrender and let go.
But with each day, I feel us melting into the experience just a bit more. We’re rising with sun and falling into bed as the darkness pours over the campgrounds. We’re loving the mindfulness that comes with limits and simplicity: limited or no cell service, wi-fi, power, ever showers.
which happens to be MOST Of THE TIME!We are in complete heaven.Take a journey into yourself.
Getting quiet, stepping away from the normal patterns and rhythms of our busy lives, connecting instead with the normal patterns and rhythms of nature has quickly highlighted the incredible blessings in my life.
So today, my newsletter is my own personal Gratitude Project!