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Its Daniel with AGENT509, check out my Hawaii thoughts! Thank you.
August 6, 2018 | Jeff Hallman
Good afternoon everyone, this is Daniel with AGENT509. I wanted to share with you all some reflections and thoughts I had on a recent vacation to Maui, HI. It sounds kind of crazy, but I had the feeling to come back to work only 5 days into my vacation? Is it just me that feels this? What can I do to keep that feeling from being there, andhow can I make that disconnection?
Do people buy vacation homes such as condos and cabinsjust hours away from where they work so that they have that safety net of having the choice to drive back to work if they had to?
After day 5 of being on vacation in Maui, Hawaii I was ready to go home. All I could think of was work the I had ahead of myself. As I sat at the beach, which is really hard to do…haha, there was this sense of wanting to get up and go…but I could not, since I had an ocean to cover and a plane to catch to make that happen. What is interesting is how vacation areas that are within a 2-3 hour drive could actually work and fulfill this need to scoot…..but properties that require a plane, really make this more difficult. I had to really knock some sense into myself and tell myself how fortunate and blessed I was to be there to make a slight disconnection of wanting to go work. As I was sitting there wishing to be back home, working. I just satthere and remembered as a kid seeing Hawaii on the map and saying,“One day I will fly to an Island”. Going back to that was a big help in the struggle I was having while on vacation. So,my question is . . . Do we feel more comfortable buying a cabin or condo that is 2-3 hours away from work versus buying one that requires a plane trip? I am curious as to what you all think…remember, I am in college and this type of stuff is what I am trying to figure out…. maybe you have? If so, please share with your experience? Feel free to drop your answers and thoughts in the comment section or PM me. Thank you, Daniel Daniel Garcia CollegeIntern | Client Success, AGENT509 | Homes & Equity RE. Group