Traveling, for work or pleasure, is a great time to mess with habits, kick old ones, kickstart new ones.
A new generation of travelers want to grow, seek, or change something while on trips; whether that be a diet change, learning a language, taking a course, or going on retreat.
I’m certain in this category of folk, and it’s coming up to holiday time for me. Two weeks away with the family, which I also use as my electronic fast, two weeks free from all things digital. Last year I took an intentional break from my regular meditation habit, practiced handstands everyday, read fiction, tried to learn to juggle 4 clubs, and hand wrote in my journal instead of type. Not sure what I’ll do this year, so I need to take some time to explore what might be meaningful.
So I was inspired to design a practice for Ryan Leech Connection that explores just that by investing the Who, What, When, Why, Obstacles, and How of habits. This along with a great Yoga edge practice from my recent Yukon Ride & Reach rounds out this weeks offerings.