I just came back from vacation (Well, what can I say, so far, nothing special 😀 , as you know, I'm always on the road), only this vacation was with "serious consequences".

When I accepted the proposal to go on a trip to Greece on a yacht, I had no idea what was waiting for me. In fact, it was the first vacation in which I went with zero expectations and zero information about the program.

The first two days were for accommodation, and after that, the real story began! Greece is magnificent, and its energy inspired me to play the lead role in the film, which I also directed.

The sunrises, the sunsets, the beaches, the rocks, the wind, the sea, the salt, the sun, the yacht, the anchor, the cabins, the boats, the flowers, the sea urchins, the seagulls, the fish, the skipper, the ports, the locals, the boatmates, the cats, they were all part from the "production team".

The dose of magic increased, happy moments turned into hours, hours into days and I woke up with a maximum dose of ammonia and ecstasy! Too good, too beautiful, too much, and too dreamy ❤!

So much we want to taste the ultimate happiness, and when we get it, we don't really know what to do with it. (Instead, we do it much better in the suffering and drama chapter.)

This vacation created an extra "problem" for me. I started looking for the answer to the question: What do you do when it's "too much"? How to carry the "burden" of happiness and how to keep it in your life forever, not just on holidays?

Enjoy the moment, here and now, with maximum doses of intensity, and let your soul smile 🙂 ! Feel how you transform into particles of happiness and float! You try to keep those sensations forever and turn them into the most beautiful memories because you deserve them! (And in order not to forget the taste of happiness, it is necessary to take a new dose 😉 .)

I will write about the gang with whom I enjoyed the most beautiful vacation and about our activities on the yacht in a new post 😉 , but until then I'll leave you to answer the question: What do you do when it's "too much"?

P.S.: Until I return to my "normal" course of activity, I tell you that I am already preparing for the continuation of the story on the yacht.

I can't wait for the next season.

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