So I am back in the Whitsundays to complete a project that has been nearly 18 months in the making but like all good things, it has been worth the wait. It’s also been worth the effort too.
There are so many projects that I could have just said, “ah well, it’s too hard and I don’t think it’s gonna happen” that have worked out to be really good opportunities. Persistence is the name of the game. Not only did my gentle prodding and regular follow ups mean that I have work this week, they also mean that I got to come back to Airlie beach, this time for a decent bit of time.
So naturally the first thing I did when I arrived at the hotel was take a photo of the view.
People often comment on the amount of travel I do. I don’t really think it’s that much, I just have a habit of sharing it on the blog. But I have been lucky enough to see some beautiful places and somehow have managed to make it part of my work. Thats been the best part. Making work and play one and the same.
So now I get to play in the heat and the humidity, getting sticky with backpackers and doing what I love all because 18 months ago I decided that this opportunity wasn’t going to be too hard.
The grass isn’t greener on the other side of the fence. It’s greener where you water it.