View from my room in Andratx, Mallorca.
Holidays that come along at just the right time can be life changing.
They don’t have to be particularly eventful, in fact, sometimes its the sheer stillness of a holiday that can bring about new prospects.
My holiday in Mallorca was relaxing; I read three books, I ate bread every day (sometimes several times a day, which I never do at home), and had an afternoon nap every day, just like a Nana.
It was lovely, and I was seemingly serene from the outside, but inside I was fighting a constant battle in my head, playing over imaginary conversations in my head.
I was at a crossroads. I had to make an important career/life decision, which unfortunately I can’t talk about just yet.
However having time out from the everyday hustle and bustle does help to put life into perspective. Some of the questions I asked myself:
– What am I good at?
– What do I want to learn?
– What do I enjoy in life?
– Where do I want to be in five years time?
– What’s still waiting in my bucket list and are they achievable at the rate I’m going at career-wise and personal life-wise?
Sometimes its good to give yourself a personal review, after all you only get one life so its important you get the most out of it. YOLO and all that jazz.
So I say dream, at every stage in life, and who can blame me with holiday vistas like these?
Andratx harbour, Mallorca