You know those “memory cleaning” apps on your smartphone that promise to “boost” the operating system? I have no idea if it works but I enjoy using it anyway. Just because, I love seeing that red “full warning” meter drop to a satisfying and safe green.
I pretty much handle life the same way—I think everybody needs a good reset button. But a few weeks ago, I was a little hesitant accepting a three-day, two-night stay at Kandaya Resort for work. I usually choose the events I go to as I try to balance work time with my personal time (because even leisure trips like this one are considered work) and I especially don’t prefer taking midweek trips, as I feel like it disrupts life’s “normal flow.” (Fun time should be held only during weekends?)
Before I reveal the full extent of my ability to bore people, I’m happy to say that I actually took the invitation. “Let’s do it,” I thought. “Let’s press that big button for a good reset.” I confirmed for the trip and soon enough, I was inside the official resort van that would take our little delegation to the resort. Continue reading “Kandaya Resort: A good place for a reset”