Insomnia? + Random Thoughts

I don’t recall ever running into a problem like this, especially one that lasted this long.  I usually have an easy time sleeping, and typically get in a solid 6 hours before my internal clock wakes me up.  Ever since I got back to Hawaii for break, I’ve been waking up every 2-3 hours.  Although tonight is the worst, it’s nearly 2am and I’ve been wide awake this entire time.

Well since I’m up and not in a Yelping mood, I think I’ll take this time for some random thoughts.

As usual, my Christmas break as been standard to any break when I come back to Hawaii.  A lot of eating, spending time with family, trying my best to see at least 1 (ideally 2) friends everyday, getting in some workouts at the UFC gym, and going to the beach.  Despite everything going pretty smoothly, I’ve thinking a lot about what I’ll be doing in the next 6 months to 1 year.  I’ll be graduating from my MBA program in  June 2013 and then it’s off to the real world (again).  I’ve been telling myself that I wouldn’t mind staying in Seattle, and also would consider San Francisco/San Jose, Denver, and Phoenix.  Of course Hawaii is in the mix, but for now, as my last choice if nothing else works out.  I like to think I’m pretty adaptable and open to living in new cities, but the comforts of Hawaii will always be in the back of my mind.

There are things I feel Hawaii would be the most ideal for me, such as:  starting a family, coaching youth baseball ( the same league I grew up playing in), possibly coaching football at my high school, keeping on touch and being able to see long time friends, and of course being able to see my family.

A lot can happen in the next 6 months, and I just need to take it one step at a time.

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One response to “Insomnia? + Random Thoughts”

  1. frikkenduckie says :

    I think the comforts of home are always in the back of my mind too and Hawaii really is a great place to start a family but trying something different is always so exciting! And eventually you’ll be able to bring your family back home with you and show them where you grew up.

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