I’ve been thinking a lot about how satisfied I am with my life lately.  And in truth, things are pretty darn good, but I’m not sure that I am fully satisfied.  I definitely feel a strong disconnect from my “professional life” and all the rest of my life.  Some people will say that this is common, just a fact of life that you have to deal with.  And while I don’t disagree with the commonality part, I do question the factuality that I can’t change it.  There have been lots of “facts of life” that have been challenged by questioners who set off in search of evidence to prove the contrary and succeeded.  

I love to question so I’ve been searching for a way to support and live a healthy, happy and fulfilled life.  As part of my search I came across the book “The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere And Join The New Rich” by Timothy Ferriss.  Love it!,  The book lives up to its enticing title.  If the sound of the book speaks to you at all, I highly recommend you pick up a copy and read it!   I’ve  read the whole book, went back and started re-reading it and began the  process of Dreamlining outlined in the book the other day.  In a nutshell, dreamlining puts a timeline to reaching one of your desires and actionable steps to follow in order to reach it. 

I identified the desire to spend two weeks in Bali doing yoga, learning local cooking and dance, expericing the spiritual practices of the Balinese and otherwise experieincing a beautiful part of the world.  I’ve decided that I will do this in November… of this year!  Yes, I know that’s less than 6 months away!  Taking a trip to the other side of the world for two full weeks seems like a pretty lofty achievement to reach with less than 6 months of planning, but that’s exactly why I chose it and why I am writing about it.  I believe that if I accomplish this than I will have set my life on a whole new course, a course that included the happy, healthy, fulfilled life that I have been dreaming about… a (R)evolved Life.  By documenting the process in a public manner I am now accountable to those who follow my journey, and think it will help to ensure that I reach my goal.  I hope that you will follow my efforts and provide your input along the way. 

I look forward to sharing this story with you!

If you’re interested in reading The 4 Hour Workweek you can purchase it from Amazon at the link below and a portion of the purchase price will help fund my trip to Bali! Thanks in advance for your support! =)

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