OK, now what?

Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.
— Matthew 6:34

After a whirlwind of a couple of months, quiting my day job, visiting Alaska just because, flying to San Diego to run a half marathon, driving to the coast for a memorial service and staying to camp, crab, fish & feast for a few days of inspiration, faith, conversation & sunsets, running an outdoor obstacle course trail race through the White River Canyon up on Mt. Hood, experiencing Central Oregon's vastness (feels like a second home over here), backpacking into a Mt. Hood alpine lake, trail running, training, golfing, resorting...now the work begins. 

I'm digging in deep into the next phase of my journey, starting some business ventures, working with clients, freelancing, writing, consulting and helping others. I'm sleeping outside more, I don't set alarms often (only for SAR trainings & callouts). My life is quiet. My heart is at peace. My body is rested. 

What now? I'm not sure, but as I say often, it's as if life is happening to me instead of anything that I actually do. If I can only stay so surrendered...