We just got back from our 10-day campervan road trip through Maine and New Hampshire. If you are taking your own road trip through this area, we’ll tell you what you need to see and what you can skip.
Doing a mid-year review helps you to be intentional. It can allow you to: 1) Ground yourself in your goals, 2) Keep them front of mind, and 3) Determine how you want to adjust things for the rest of the year.
I used to hate habits and routine. But, after taking more control over my schedule, I started to see habits in a new light. They were no longer about trying to make something that was miserable slightly more bearable. Instead, they were about organizing a life that was good, so that it could be even better, more fun, more spacious, and more creative.
A lot of people don’t realize they are on autopilot or on a path they don’t want to be on until there’s a crisis. Yet, it’s important to remember that experiencing a crisis is not necessary. We can evaluate the direction we are headed before getting into a crisis situation.
This interview with Carly is especially timely given that likelihood of returning to offices at some point in the near future. Carly recently negotiated an almost fully remote work arrangement. She’ll work from home for five out of every six weeks.