Learning How to Unplug

I know that most of my blogs start off very organized until I learn that just completely improvising is the best way to let the blog flow accordingly. For the record, I will see mysel confirming  that this is a blog and not a podcast because this is an appropriate blog based on my personal experience a couple of weeks of weeks ago. I was able to do something that I have been wanting to do for quite a few months, & that was to unplug. Anytime I take time away from home & I don’t call my parents or friends while away from home, that tells you that this was a very selfish-based vacation. I really know that I had to do this for Bryan because the less I do for Bryan, the less I’m able to give to anyone when I feel the urge to give. At the beginning of the year, I was challenged to do something that I didn’t think I would EVER be able to do, & that was to unplug & disconnect myself from everyone and everything around me that’s causing or adding stress. I have been trying very VERY hard to be supportive of what others are doing and leaving myself nothing to show. I kinda feel like I wrote about this a little in the “Pain” blog, but it’s important. that I put my true priorities in order. For whatever reason, I forget that every once in a while, you have to unplug & just take a moment or two and getaway from the other antics & processes around us. We sometimes forget that a moment to ourseslves can provide the proper amount of sanity in order to get through many of our problems. I have a feeling that I have mentally generated a blog basesd on some observations I’ve witnessed over the past few years (thinking ahead of this blog). Anyways, speaking about the current stature of unplugging, the moment away from Richmond (small steps) & people was the greatest feeling in the world. I was able to mainly relax and literally focus on me. I was initially pushing to get some branding completed, but I got more information about the website (have it live, but just need to modify the homepage and themes and other things), which was my primary focus in the long haul. I know many people go on trips around the world & outside of the US, but for me, I’ve grown to learn that just a brief moment away from home and in a place that gives me a slight or worthwhile peace of mind (yeah peace of mind came from a hotel room across from the oceanfront) is all that I need to get through. I apologize that I’m repeating myself constantly in this blog, but I just think that this moment to myself gave me a couple of weeks to relax based on the amount of relaxation needed. I know for a fact that doing this on a more consistet basis will help my mental in more ways than a few. I’m just gonna do my best to keep my routine simple with doing this in the future. 

This might seem like an odd ending, but it’s the simplest & quickest way I can finish this blog. As many of you know, I’m devoted more towards the podcast more than anything, so if these topics are sitting in the draft queue, that will impact why they’re not as “in-depth” as I would like them to be. As always, this is BT signing & Happy Memorial Day to each and every one of you. 

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