While I have enjoyed this freedom, a lot has happened, but what I found through this is that the best thing you could do is schedule regular time off. Take time off daily, weekly, monthly. I am fortunate to have a job that allows me to work from home and travel but whilst I am doing this, the longing for wander and media disconnection has increased and looks a lot like living in a cabin with books, my partner, our dog, garden, and bikes. Perhaps I'm reaching a time in my age when the burnout from living in cities my whole life, LA, San Francisco, and now New York has taken its toll. Or perhaps I'm just changing and my priorities are changing. Whatever it is, listening to myself to take time off has been good for me. I'm accepting this shift.
I guess my point is: How we spend our time is totally in our control. Take back the control. In the meantime, I'm absolutely sure I'll have more moments of being off and celebrate those little moments as best as I can- cooking home made foods, riding bikes, planning retirement, and real estate shopping. Consider these little posts and Instagram feeds as a visual hello, I'm still here, just being present and trying to figure it all out at the same time.