The duality between mind and instinct has been a constant theme of my career break. Discerning what’s what can be challenging. On a solo glamping trip in Texas, nature sent me messages in the wilderness language. I’m learning to decode it and gather powerful insights.
My first guest blogger is Halloweena, my cat of 13 years. She ran away to fulfill her innermost desires, comparing her experience with my sabbatical. In this post, she reflects on the significance of this act of rebellion.
I’m overjoyed to be featured on the Crossing It Off Podcast about my experience visiting Valencia, Spain. Host Roger Williams gives voice to people who have crossed off bucket list items, from starting companies to interviewing the Dalai Lama. It’s highly motivational, and I feel so honored to have been selected to join this inspiring group of courageous human beings. Listen now.
Take note of things to do, plan and consider to ensure your long-term career break travels are blissful and low-stress. There will be stress, that’s for sure, but planning to live your dream doesn’t have to be overwhelming, particularly if you give yourself enough time.
There are many fun things to do in Valencia, the third largest (and quite underrated) city in Spain. If you’re planning to experience the vibrant Las Fallas Festival in March, create space in your agenda to dive in its delightful history, top gastronomy, and lively arts & culture scene.