I thought I needed two days in my ‘cave’. But I woke up this morning, feeling satisfied with my cave time.
I checked out, drove the beautiful scenic route back to my house.
I felt refreshed, recharged.
Again, that was exactly what I needed.
Before yesterday, I felt as if there were many obligations in my life, things that I ‘had to’ do, I lost my drive and inspiration.
Now, I feel like I’ve got my energy back. I have the energy again to serve, myself and others.
All because I took the time for myself, to fill my cup, to take care of my own needs.
In nature. With no noise, except the sounds of crashing waves.
Just me, myself, and I.
I’ve been an extrovert my whole life. Rewind to a decade ago, in my twenties, I couldn’t even stand being in my own room by myself.
Yet, the older I get, the more I crave my alone time. It feeds me. It rejuvenates me.
I was surprised that what it took to get me out of the rut was simply checking myself into a secluded bungalow, for a night. That was easy! 😉
More adventures to come…!