OK, what was your experience of the last 24 hours?
The weather? Interactions with friends? Shopping? Work? Exercise? Relaxation?
No doubt you participated in some if not all of these activities.
Now imagine those 24 hours had been spent in Vanuatu – South Pacific paradise.
Imagine calling a beautiful tropical country with friendly people and endless summers your home. Relaxing beach days, adventurous excursions, mouth watering food, no mask-wearing, exciting and interesting work; this could be your every day instead of just your daydream.
I’ve been writing for years about the need to have a Plan B, persistently pointing out that this is a completely normal, rational thing to do.
A great Plan B is like an insurance policy. You hope you’ll never need to use it, but if you ever do, you’ll be really glad that you have one.
Having a Plan B is not capitulating. It’s not running away.
It’s sensible. It ensures that, no matter what happens or doesn’t happen, you are OK. More than “OK,” you are enjoying yourself.
Sometimes Plan B will become your Plan A, and returning to your “mother country”, although almost always possible, is less desirable. That's when you know you made the right choices.
Let's get you set up. See the links below.
Lance (enjoying himself) in Vanuatu