Sunday, 13 November 2016
Choose your holiday spots wisely and you will feel the difference
When you go on holiday (vacation), what do you want?
Do you want a little cottage in the middle of the mountains or a little hut next to the beach with the next hut 100 metres away?
Or do you want to be at a resort with 500 other people?
Maybe it's a cruise ship where it is for people roughly around your age and one week of debauchery.
Or it could be at a music festival in the hills somewhere, where you stay in tents and have 20,000 neighbours.
Whatever it is, make sure that you don't need another holiday (vacation) after you come home from the current one.
I'm willing to bet that the kind of holiday that these people chose was not congruent with what they classify as their personality type.
For example someone who identifies as a introvert may have gone on a cruise ship with 1000 other ravers. He or she is not going to get much recharging there.
Someone who likes the company of others may think that staying by him or herself on the beach miles away from civilisation may on paper sound like a hell of a way to spend the holidays but may drive him or herself crazy with the lack of human contact.
When you choose your holiday (vacation) make sure you are doing things that are going to recharge you because that is what the holiday is for to recharge. The last thing you want is to get home and not want to get back to real life the next day. What you want is to feel recharged to get back into your life full throttle. You don't want to be going to work the next morning with a frown on your face and an attitude that you think that have just entered hell.
When you start to understand yourself then your whole life will start to change and you will find that you have a lot more energy and you will start doing things that are better for you and not for the people around you.