Love Letter #139: Losing Sight

I went on a road trip today. Just a little one. But I haven’t done that in quite some time, and I realized how much I’ve been consumed with my work and allowed other things I love to fall to the wayside.

There’s something profoundly liberating about the open road—the sense of endless possibilities, the shifting landscapes, and the freedom to explore at your own pace. It felt like a breath of fresh air, a reminder of the world beyond my daily routine and deadlines.

I’ve always been a doer, and I’m learning to let go and relax. Perfectionism has often gotten the best of me. It’s a constant practice of noticing and being aware when I am feeling rushed or anxious. I seem to have lost sight of that recently.

Taking this trip highlighted the importance of balance – harmony – in my life. It reminded me that life isn’t just about achieving goals and meeting expectations; it’s also about enjoying the journey, savoring moments of calm, and reconnecting with the things that bring me joy.

This road trip wasn’t just a physical journey, but a mental and emotional reset, helping me to remember the value of taking time for myself amidst the busyness of life.

With love,

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