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Define the term normal

I've been back just over a week, and it's been hard to readjuste to "normal" life after our amazing road trip.

But time away does highlight some interesting things:
1) Do you enjoy doing what you are doing - that includes everything from the cleaning though to your working life, or do you need to make some changes?
2) You see more easily what you had become accustomed to and those things that need fixing up or sorting out. 
3) You need something to look forward to otherwise you will find yourself slipping back into your ruts and routines faster than you can say habits.
4) Make time to go into the silence. The silence is whatever your own quiet place happens to be, it just needs to be away from everything and everyone. As you know, I walk - but I find mindless cleaning and sorting also works especially if there is no-one else in the house. It allows my mind to wander, to process and to come up with ways to get creative, to think, to wonder, to chip away at those thoughts that keep me stuck.

I've done a lot of all of the above this week and I can tell you there are some major changes around the corner.

It's time to let the next chapters unfold.


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