Having just returned from another inspiring week “off the grid”, I wanted to re-post this as a thank you to the many who have mentored and helped me in this alternative journey. Your support, inspiration, guidance and wisdom is much appreciated.
Working in an alternative workstyle, it is often hard to separate work from one’s personal life, but I find these spurts of total disconnect to be some of the most inspiring and worthwhile trips to help me refocus and see the big picture.
Recently, while “off the grid” and exploring remote parts of the Stanislaus National Forest with my family and friends, we had the great fortune of coming across some gorgeous granite pools, complements of the Tuolumne River in California.
These pools are made from snow run-off and they are “take-your-breath-away” cold. They are not the kind of pools you can gently wade into, allowing oneself to gradually get accustomed to the shocking temperature. These are the kind of pools one must brazenly jump into.
My youngest daughter loves these pools. She goes right up to the edge and shows no fear – no hesitation before jumping in, beaming her…
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