Vacations


Vacations are assumed to be “skippable” but it’s incredible how important these are for us — our hearts, souls, and minds — , even if you only look at it from a work productivity sense. I was reminded when I finally took a break the creativity flowed over. I accomplished much because I had the freedom from work to see a better vision.

Pulling out of the trees to see the forest at large, getting to those other things you’ve always wanted to, or simply resting your mind to ready yourself to jump back in. It’s all so easy to understand, yet I rarely do it. When I do, I’m terrified of all the worst case scenarios that “will” go wrong.

Good thing vacations help prove me wrong. I’m ready to dive back in. Get set. Go.


Originally published at www.jeffreybeaumont.com.

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