Looking Out

Why would someone with a fear of heights choose to stand on a cliff?

For one thing, looking outward can be just as important as looking inward. In my opinion, both perspectives are necessary for the care and feeding of one’s creative juices and physical and mental health. Besides, experiencing a breathtaking view is a reward in itself.

Last month, my husband and I visited six Utah national and state parks – half of which we explored years ago when our children and hiking muscles were younger. It was a much-needed escape, especially after facing a few challenges recently. Thankfully, the blue skies, expansive vistas and majestic rock formations were not clouded by the recent devastating Canadian wildfires.

As we approach the weekend, I would love to hear how you break through the haze. How do you recharge yourself for the next cliffhanger at work or at home?


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