Nothing spices up a run like something completely random. Take for instance my recent run around Luang Prabang, but more on that later. — I should first note that I underestimated just how small the historic district is here (where we’re staying). After an initial run around it, it’s 5km and a bit around. It has some questionable spots without a side walk, some with a lot of mini buses and tuk tuks, etc. Venturing further away raises questions of safety, the area at large, et
Do you have trouble relaxing on vacation?
Does the new environment, or lack of day-to-day routine, or whatever keep you from fully letting go of life's stressors and relaxing? Or is it just some internal "thing" that you just can't seem to shake? Either way, preventing you from fully letting go and relaxing?
For my sabbatical/long service leave (4+ weeks off of work), we have taken off to Laos for the entire time. The initial newness and beauty of Luang Prabang rea
How do you relax? — Bottle of booze, hitting “Yes” to “Are you still watching?” on Netflix, meditation, running, working out, sitting on the beach, etc. — There are so many ways to relax these days. So who is to say what is right or wrong, good or bad, etc. etc.? In the end, for me, whatever it is it needs to be positive and have a positive impact. We all, myself included, fall into negative habits. For example, staying up late watching movies on Netflix. It is a continuous s