I bet you didn't know snow days were dangerous, did you?
Well, they are to me.
Don't get me wrong. I know that I'm incredibly spoiled in education. If I was in a "real" job, I would more than likely still be heading to work tomorrow. Because I'm in a job that values the safety of our most important commodity, our children, I get the day off as well.
And it's dangerous.
Again, don't get me wrong. I enjoy my career. However, when I get an unexpected day off, it allows me to explore my passion: Get To It. I get to brainstorm ideas for moving my writing and consulting forward. I get to pursue making my dream job eventually my day job.
It also gives me a chance to go through and get rid of more stuff as I continue to pursue minimalism by living more with less stuff. I'm working through getting rid of the excess so that I can live more experiences.
Although getting rid of stuff is not dangerous, my husband is getting more and more concerned that I'm going to get rid of all that I can of my stuff and start in on his possessions. Days like this could potentially be dangerous for him...but not yet anyway.
So, while I enjoy snow days, they make me yearn for what I want to be doing in the future.
I'm a lover of life, an eternal optimist, and I have an intense desire to add value through simple living and positive vibes.