So my husband has been gone in the Olympic Mountains this past weekend with a friend.
Time by myself is often revealing because I have to stand on my own again. I get so used to having him around and having an interconnected life that it is hard to switch over for a few days.
It has been nice though. I took the dog out with me places, had lunch with a friend, cleaned out the garage for our gym space, did homework, listened to podcasts, and watched movies that he wouldn’t wanna watch with me. Nothing out of the ordinary, but different when I am on my own.
It makes me feel more independent to have this time by myself. I sit down and think about who I am and want to be because I am not distracted by the normal routine. I think by re-centering myself it ultimately makes me more attractive to my husband because it reawakens all the things he fell for when we were dating.
In the daily grind of life it is hard to stay vibrant and not get bogged down by to do lists, chores, and routine. Sometimes, it is nice to wake up from the fog of the daily grind, and be filled with ambition and the motivation for greatness! It isn’t that I don’t feel that in my normal life, but it is re-energized when I am by myself for a few days.
Nothing has changed. No new revelations. I just feel more energized for blogging, business school, CrossFit, nutrition, faith, family, friends, and my husband.
Ultimately, although having him gone gives me a chance to recharge, I am always excited for him to get home! Life isn’t meant to be lived alone, and all the accomplishments in the world feel meaningless without people to share them with. I am appreciating my relationship, life, and all that I have been blessed with!
Are you feeling blessed today?
Do you need some recharge time? Even a few hours makes a big difference!
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