I’m grounded at home in San Diego for the week – this means no travel! It’s incredible how much time a day has when I’m not spending the week inside of an airplane, an airport, a car, a clinic, a hospital, or a hotel (hence the super consistent posting). Weeks are full of time! It’s the first week since the beginning of 2020 that I don’t travel. What a lucky way to start March! This week, I’m just making sure all the administrative aspects of my work are up to date. Spoke to my manager earlier, whom is the second person at the company I work at, that says I should be given the “Senior” title for my work.
Still on track to pay off all of my student loans by the end of 2022. Today, I discovered that I may be able to achieve my goal by mid-2022 instead of the end of 2022! I LOVE admin weeks where I can fully delve into my hyper-organized, let’s project shit mode. LOL – The people in my personal and professional life know this: “She gets shit done.” #CAPRICORNSTELLIUMMANTRA Based on my projections, I should only work a 50 hour week! YASSSSSSSSS!!!!! My greatest dream in life (freedom) is just around the corner. Just here to remind you to never underestimate the power of what home-cooked meals, fresh water, sleep, and routine can do for your life. For those folks out there that desire a nomadic lifestyle, I commend you. I just hope you understand that travel comes with lessons, changes, and sacrifices. I’ll let Bourdain speak as he said it best:
“Travel isn’t always pretty. It isn’t always comfortable. Sometimes it hurts, it even breaks your heart. But that’s okay. The journey changes you; it should change you. It leaves marks on your memory, on your consciousness, on your heart, and on your body. You take something with you. Hopefully, you leave something good behind.” Anthony Bourdain
Enjoying this week to the fullest as I prepare to head out to the following cities next week: St. George, UT; Idaho Falls, ID; Long Beach, CA.
I’ll always be a traveler, after all, the meaning of my name is literally Wanderer, Adventurous. However, I’m no jet-setter nor nomad.