Lessons from Iceland
Greg and I just got back from Iceland. It was an incredible trip – restorative and filled with incomprehensible natural beauty. Much of my time outdoors was spent in utter awe of my surroundings.
Every time I travel, I try to bring something back with me. Not a souvenir. A practice.
When we visited Paris, I internalized what our Tattinger guide told us on our tour of their champagne caves – champagne does not require a special occasion, it creates one. I also took away the joy of biking as a form of sight-seeing, and how nice it is to just sit outdoors and linger over an espresso or an aperatif as its own activity, not just a break from doing something else.
England reminded me that it can be worth taking the time in the afternoon to put together a little snack plate and pour yourself a cup of tea.
I love the memories of travel, and I love the reminders to slow down or incorporate some of each vacation into regular life. You don’t have to be in Bath to have earl grey and…
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