To Play or to Work?

Sep 4, 2013 | Blog | 0 comments

….why not do both?  What I sincerely love about my lifestyle living here in Mammoth Lakes is the ability to make almost each and every day a work day, as well as a play day.  I’m blessed that I have found a career and environment that allows me to juggle both worth and play so freely.

Most nights I can be found in front of my computer late into the early hours of the morning.  Often time’s people ask me why I am up at such an hour and what on earth am I doing.  Well the answer is quite simple really…I’m getting caught up!  Let’s take today for example:

Last night I sat in front of my computer until almost 2am getting busy work done, so I could comfortably excuse myself from the office for about 4 hours today to do some backcountry split boarding with a friend and my two dogs.  So after getting up at 7am (5hrs of sleep will have to do!) and tackled all my urgent work from 8-9am, and then headed out the door.  With technology these days, I was able to make and receive phone calls, text messages, and email all while ascending approximately 2000 vertical feet in one of our local mountains.  After a great ski decent down and a simple slog back to the car, I was back at work shortly after getting a late lunch in me.  I spent the rest of the afternoon showing property and responding to emails until it was time to go teach my Gracie Jiu-Jitsu class.  I got home around 9:30pm, made a quick dinner, and got back on the computer a little after 10.

So here it is a few minutes after midnight, and sure I’m working late and quite exhausted, but it was all worth for me.  I was able to have a successful and efficient work day and get some great outdoor exercise in as well.  What more could someone ask for.

Eric Leach - Real Estate Broker

Eric Leach

NextHome Mammoth Lakes
Broker / Owner
(949) 690-5555
Eric@NHmammoth.com

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