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Hard To Be Rock Solid When The Pressures Of The World Are So Great

Our problems often appear bigger than they really are.

Our opporunities, smaller.

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Indecision May Or May Not Be My Problem

It’s interesting to be at the beach and be 52, but feel 21. Ever feel like that? That feeling of same story, different ending?

Which side of the life’s fence do we really want to be on? What are we willing to give up on one side to get on the other? What are we supposed to do?

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Why Do We Go On Vacation Anyway? To Escape? To Have Fun? To Do Something We Enjoy?

Funny how we want so desperately to get to a place we rarely get to the rest of the year – vacation. Escape the rat race. Have the fun we don’t seem to have normally. Finally do something we actually enjoy.

That’s the allure of Margaritaville, where it’s always happy hour – you create it and visit everyday, because you live there. But it comes with a cost. I know. Been there, done that.

Editor’s note: jeff noel’s reference about “finally doing something we actually enjoy” is based on stereotype only.

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Sometimes I Miss Margaritaville So Much, I Want To Go Back

Ever have so much fun for so long, it becomes who you are in real life? A state of mind, Margaritaville is also a lifestyle.

Too much of a good thing is wonderful…

Medicating and distractions to get there, isn’t.

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Actually, The Fairest Part Of Midlife Vacation Is The Fact That We Should Be So Much Smarter In How We’ve Learned To Relax

But, like Peter Pan and his shadow, we sometimes get separated. We let our blind ambition erase our intuition.

And try to cram lost months into five or six days.

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