With a #BigTrip always comes a big choice, for the second time in just over a month we are in the official aire at Le Boulou in France, (N42.527220 E2.837220).
That’s right, we are no longer heading south, in fact fate has dealt us a rather good hand in our little game of poker and we need to back in good old Blighty by February…..
So a ferry from Roscoff over towards our home county of Devon is on the cards…
I’m probably an incurable optimist. It helps me focus on the future when things might not be going my way and try and find a way around any problem.
But it can be tough to stay positive if you feel a bit stuck in life.
A great bit of advice was to step back and do something that excites you, then try and take that feeling back to whatever you’re doing and question how you could be doing it better.
Positive people don’t just have a good day, they make it a good day !
So feeling very stuck and unable to muster my normal leave of enthusiasm, in April as we boarded the Ferry from Dover we had no real plan of action apart from rekindling that spark, neither had dared to mention what we will do when we go back ?
But as we enjoyed our Winter camping in Spain, the opportunity to take up a post which will allow for 3 month motorhome touring each year arose, after a knowing glance at each other we accepted and sadly have cut short our year on the road, but we don’t see it as the end of Our Leap of Faith into the unknown just a fork in the road, after all it will leave us in a financial position to enjoy touring each year …..
So for anyone out there My tips for a positive outlook are:
- look for the good in the world.
- be proactive in the face of problems.
- say yes rather than no.
And just remember, “It will be alright in the end,if it’s not alright it’s not the end”
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