I’ve been racing around quite a bit lately. I was in California for the Summit Series, then the Dominican Republic for the Belizean Grove/TARA retreat, then New York, then DC, then back to Boston. We just moved into new a home/office space, so I’ve been living and working out of suitcases and boxes.
But you know what? I loved every minute of it! I love to travel, I love to connect with people, I love adventure, and I love to work.
And right now, I’m enjoying being back in Cambridge, in the solitude of my sun-filled home; I love that, too. Even though I love to travel, being home and settled (at least temporarily before I dash off again), reminds me of how important it is to reconnect with oneself.
It’s easy to get caught up in the go-go-go of it all, but is critically important to find the time to unwire, to unplug, and to rejuvenate oneself for wellness.
For me, right now this means taking the time to sit in the sun with my cat, to enjoy simplifying (clearing out closets, shredding unneeded files, etc), running along the Charles River with my husband, unpacking a box here and then, do a little yoga, and cook a nice meal.
Remember, we can be wired for wellness if we can unwire, too.
For more tips on rewiring for wellness, visit: http://aimleadership.com/resources/rewired/