Fly Me to the Moon
A s the end of 2014 was approaching and we were talking about the past year and our hopes for 2015, a friend asked me, “What makes you happy?” That simple question got me thinking. My immediate reaction was that lots of things make me happy. But then I began to think, “What makes me really happy?” I mean happiness that lingers, not the kind that lasts a few hours, like when I buy a new pair of shoes. Then I realized that I didn’t really know what made me happy. That night I thought about my life and realized I had every reason to be happy. The only thing that made me unhappy was the fact that I didn’t realize how lucky I was. I was too busy working or planning my life that I forgot the most important thing: to enjoy life. I was so busy I never thought to count my blessings. Now, I’ve started to appreciate life more and enjoy every moment. It turns out it doesn’t really take much to be happy, as the most precious things in life are free. One thing that always makes me happy is travelling. I love to travel and so do most of my colleagues. However, we all like different destinations we all enjoy different activities on the road. My managing editor, Grace, recently told us something interesting about personality types and how personality plays an important role in deciding things like places to travel, hotel preferences, where to eat, what to do and more. I was a bit sceptical at first, but the more I learned, the more it made sense. I could see how a colleague with a similar personality to mine would enjoy the same things as me. And I understood why some colleagues might love a particular resort that I found to be very ordinary. In this best of everything special edition, we discover the best in travel for your personality type. It is fun and it is interesting, and it is a great way to get more out of your holiday. Thank you so much for all the support and loyalty you have show us over the years. We look forward to many more prosperous years.
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