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I have a bit of honest-to-goodness vacation time coming up.
Not "I have to take the afternoon off for the doctor!" or "I'm going to a conference, so I'll be off for a few days!" time off. Starting on April 18, I will have 11 days for some long overdue, totally selfish "me time."
Well, OK, I'm moving in that timeframe into a new house, but still -- at least seven of those 11 days will be mine and mine alone to do whatever I see fit.
And for part of that time, I saw fit to book myself two nights at a Getaway House in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia:
Along with my dog, Nugget, I will spend two days and two nights by myself disconnected from the world and recharging in a gorgeous tiny cabin in the woods:
Twenty-something me is totally laughing at 30-something me right now.
"A tiny cabin in the woods with no internet? For two whole days?! Are you insane or just the most boring woman on the planet?"
First, I am both. I am strong enough to admit that.
Second, what I needed to recharge 10 years ago is not what I need to recharge today. This year, more than any other year of my life, I've become keenly aware of how I've changed over time.
There are some occasions where that freaks me out -- you'd better calm down up there, gray hairs! -- but, for the most part, I'm embracing what's changed. Change is good. Change is healthy. Change is often a signifier of growth.
It can be hard to say goodbye to the way things once were, but we can't spend all our time looking behind us at the past. At some point, you need to look ahead, embrace what has changed, and see what's possible down the road.
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