Time off

 

Boy this is needed when you run a business.  But is the right thing to throw myself into a skiing holiday where I am anxious and spend a lot of time being self-critical about my lousy skiing?  Plus at the beginning and end of the holiday I have to get up at 4am to catch a horrible flight from Gatwick (miles from my home) plus a 3 ½ hour coach trip in France?  Maybe not.

The plus is that I get excellent coaching via the ski club of Great Britain (a super organisation) and meet some great people.  But I think next think I will just give myself an easy time, go with a group of friends who don’t want to go too fast, stick to those blues and reds (skiers will know what I mean) and major on lovely coffee and lunch stops.  Any takers?

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Judith Derbyshire founded Purely Probate, a firm of solicitors specialising in probate wills and powers of attorney after a 20 year spell as company secretary of Clarks shoes
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One Response to Time off

  1. Jenny King says:

    Time off is a mixed blessing when a chunk of it is spent just coping with the best part of a gruelling day’s travel each way. But the ‘high’s’ of being on a sunny ski slope and stopping at a mountain restaurant make it worthwhile so yes I am up for this next time! But the challenge is to find the easiest possible journey – start searching!

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