The last several weeks have been going non-stop. I wouldn’t have it any other way. Since I had settled back down in Texas, I really wanted to get back on the road. It has been incredible. The last three weeks have taken me to New York City for work, Park City to see my family, and North Carolina to be in my best friend Brian’s wedding. I have also been blessed with a great streak of success at work, a nice new place to live, and more fantastic new friends.
I am not the biggest fan of the northeast, but the trip back to NYC was successful for business as well as seeing a great old friend. My number was elevated because I would have the opportunity to get more accounts in person. I was able to do so, meet some great existing clients, and exceed my numbers for May. Some leisure also fit into our trip. My colleagues and I went to the Daily Show, Little Italy, Times Square, Grand Central, Rockefeller Center, and several great restaurants.
Going back to Park City was an unexpected blessing. Work makes the days roll by, and up until Memorial Day weekend, I had completely forgotten about the extra days off. Spur the minute decision? No problem! I was on the next flight back home to see my family in Utah. This was exactly what I needed to re-charge my mind. Family always comes first. I don’t know where this quote came from but I am stealing it from a friend. I thought it very relevant to my life. Always moving, and traveling, but my loved ones are always there.
After all, seasons change. So do cities. People come into your life and people go. But it’s comforting to know the ones you love are always in your heart. And if you’re very lucky, a plane ride away.