After the Adventure, the Rough Landing

  • Rest and space, and more of both than you’d probably naturally give yourself.
  • Grace. Grace. Grace. Grace for the full experience of your humanity and everyone else’s, too.
  • Sharing how you are really feeling with people you trust, or letting yourself journal it all out.
  • Letting structure empower you, following routines and letting your well-being be a priority (this is never not a good idea, for what it’s worth).
  • Finding ways to relive and enjoy the experience you just had. Look at your photos, share memories with loved ones, revisit travel journal entries or create new ones.
  • Finding and creating moments of beauty and adventure in your day-to-day life. Sure, adventure is out there, but it doesn’t always mean you have to go far and wide to be struck by novelty, beauty, awe and wonder.

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Bay LeBlanc Quiney

Bay LeBlanc Quiney

Executive Leadership Coach living in Victoria, BC. I write like I think/talk. www.wonderlandandcompany.com