You know that person at the office (or friends or family) who drives you nuts? They’re critical, snarky, and often downright nasty in a backhanded “who me?” kind of way. Oh, and they ruin your day on a regular basis. If you had any shot at happiness, they stomped, smashed and probably spit on it on their way out the door.
We’re having a big party in a few weeks with friends and family in America during one of our annual visits. For the past 12 months, I’ve been obsessing over the details which are a challenge given that I live roughly 10,500 miles away (16,900 km). This week I finalized one of the hardest parts, the seating chart, and decided to make life interesting.
This week I’m travelling in Japan with my family. Part of our decision to move to Australia from the USA several years ago was to live life to the fullest – to intentionally break out of our routines and experience the world beyond our day-to-day existence. It’s amazing how 14 hours on a plane took us from the Australian Outback to one of the most bustling, cosmopolitan cities in the world. I’m grateful to live in a day when that’s possible.