"So, contrary to what some may believe, simplifying is not about retreating to a cabin in the woods and leading a dull, inactive existence. Rather, cutting back your hectic work pace gives you the opportunity to make sure that you're doing work you love….Simplifying will also help you create the balance you're seeking in your work life, your family life, and your personal life…You'll learn how to achieve the success you want without stress and overwork.”
After a few very long weeks of friends and family visiting I am filled with both wonderful memories and experiences as well as total exhaustion. Physical, mental, emotional exhaustion. Some recharge their batteries through relationships, going out with friends, etc. For me, recharge from any long day, week, month comes from a long day (or two) of total peace and solitude. Going back to basics brings a deep sense of calm, a sense of Being. Allowing myself to stand still for a few moments and just be, just breathe.
In my hiatus I become clearer of the things I missed most, the things that make me, Me. It gives me the opportunity to refocus on what is most important in my life, rekindle the love for things that satisfy my soul. It is in this sacred space of rejuvenation that I can almost literally feel my batteries recharging, my software being updated, gaining new power and perspective to return to my life a little better off than where I left it.
Chelsea M Latham
When I was a kid my mom would occasionally refer to me as a Reverend, because I had the need to speak so passionately about just about everything. Little did she know that some day I would build a business upon sharing the wisdom that I am so passionate about. So here you go, here are some bits and bobs of thoughts strung together for your enjoyment.