If you’re concerned about social-distancing challenges at the beach, consider this strategy to avoid the crowds.
Everything is the opposite these days. Well, it certainly feels that way with all of the new anti-social norms that are fusing into our daily lives.
I’ve got just two words to say about this right now…
But general human avoidance does seem like a best practice for the foreseeable future.
Practicing the New Art of Avoiding Humanity
It’s all about figuring out where lots of folks aren’t go be.
Doing the opposite.
So when the Saturday weather forecast predicted lots of rain, that was my cue to activate our family beach-day plan (or at least a brief visit).
Fortunately, the storm took its time arriving, and there was wasn’t a drop of precipitation until after we returned home. But the threat was enough to keep the throngs of beach-deprived, COVID-19-weary people away.
And that’s exactly what I was counting on. I brought my GoPro along to capture our moment in the happy emptiness.
Raining on your Parade?
When the downpour finally arrived, and I heard the sudden impact of a thousand rain drops on our roof, I closed my eyes and searched for another opposite reaction.
Then, I grabbed my waterproof iPhone and raincoat and ran outside as the deluge was still at its early peak.
…to explore what I usually try to avoid.
Getting soaking wet isn’t so bad if that’s part of the plan.
Especially when the other part is attempting to snap a few shots of rain in flight and after arrival.
Enjoy your Opposite
In times like these, you’ve got to get a little creative to hold onto your own balance. And that might involve getting out of your comfort zone.
So, try spending some time examining the opposite and chasing your own raindrops.
You might discover your own private beach.