There’s a shift happening. With me, and with our group. I think we’re coming out of the Remote Year honeymoon phase and into … something else.
You just accepted my sadness, without any explanation.
I wonder if you remember.
For me, the question isn’t whether Remote Year is delivering on their promises, but whether I’m taking advantage of enough of what they offer for it to be worthwhile.
There is almost no such thing as ready. There is only now. And you may as well do it now. Generally speaking, now is as good a time as any.
When we walked on the beach the next day, the obnoxious part of me wanted to point out that I’d seen sand before. And birds. And lighthouses. I told obnoxious me to pipe down. I wasn’t looking for a fight.
While we travel, our worlds at home keep spinning. It’s unavoidable, but not always easy to accept.
Even though I was in Prague for an entire month, I barely scratched the surface of what’s there and I suspect that will be true of most of the places I go while I’m traveling this way.
You told me that you’ve never been all that popular but you don’t really seem to mind. You’re true to yourself. That’s sexy.