Travel has a funny effect on time. Weeks can feel like years, while months can feel like days.
It’s been 3 weeks since my time in Laos, but I feel as if a lifetime has past.
Since Luang Prabang, I’ve spent my time marveling at the magic of Angkor Watt, relishing in the expat life in Phnom Penh, drinking in the light of Bagan, greeting the sun on Inle Lake, and evacuating myself from the hell of Mandalay.
Each place deserves it’s own post, but for now, I plan to return from my digital sabbatical slowly and intentionally, like waking up on my own accord rather than to the sound of a jarring alarm clock.
My first thought as my eyes flutter open is:
Time is finite in the universe, but infinite possibilities exist in our experiences of it.
Shaking up our normal routine can shape and mold every second of every minute.
Are you someone who feels like time is passing you by?
Are you someone who counts down the minutes until it’s the weekend?
We don’t have to go to far off places to alter our relationship to the rising and setting of the sun.
Sometimes the only thing we have to change is our mindset.
Whatever you need to do, I encourage you to do it.
Time and tide may wait for no one~
But we have a say in how we navigate through them.