Beyond the Screen: Discovering the Beauty of Patagonia.

In the days leading up to my epic trip to Patagonia, I was overwhelmed with anxiety about leaving work behind, especially as a business owner. After all, it’s just me. Who would answer my emails, respond to clients or post on LinkedIn for me?!

Yet, what unfolded was a testament to the caliber of clients I’ve attracted—ones who wholeheartedly supported my decision to step away from work and leave my laptop behind. It reaffirmed my belief in the importance of aligning with individuals who share my values.

This wasn’t my first time disconnecting from the digital world; I did it once before in 2021, completely cut off from technology when I did the Hoffman Process. This time I had a little bit of access which made it harder and tested my resolve to truly unplug.


Top of the mirador condor trail.

🌱 In Chile and Argentina, I witnessed how much beauty is out there in the world that can’t be found by staring at a screen and comparing myself to others. 

🌱 I realized self-imposed deadlines are so unnecessary and insignificant compared to what else is out there in the world. 

🌱 I remembered that things just keep moving and will continue to keep moving long after I’m gone.

🌱 I surrendered to the fact that nothing is so urgent about my job that it can’t wait for a few days.

Taking time off between jobs is a novel concept for me. For years, I transitioned seamlessly from one role to the next, never allowing myself a moment of respite. But these last two weeks proved to be a gift—an opportunity for introspection, clarity, and growth



It’s amazing what you attract when you are not in a “chasing” energy. 

Chasing a deadline.

Chasing Money.

Chasing Love. 


Instead, I opened my mind and heart to what nature had to show me. 

And through it all, I was reminded of the importance of patience—a virtue exemplified by Mother Nature herself.


As Ralph Waldo Emerson wisely said, “Adopt the pace of nature. Her secret is patience.”


p.s. if you want a full day-by-day recap of each day, head on over to Instagram and read my, “Postcards from Patagonia” posts.


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