De-Stressing on the Beaches of Cancun

The month of January was pretty rough on me. Life was great, but I had tons of extra work at my office job, plus my usual freelance blogging work. I was working a lot at home after office hours, and I was tired.

Just last week, Jorge started teaching high school math for the first time. (YAY!) He loves giving classes, but writing up his lesson plans took up many, many hours of his time.

To escape the stress of Monday through Friday, we decided to spend Saturday goofing around. One of my favorite things about living in Cancun is that on any given weekend, I can just let loose, escape and pretend like I’m a tourist. We spent most of the afternoon at Delfines Beach (where I took my pelican photos), which has the brightest blue water in all of Cancun, even if the waves are a little rough. There were parasailers on the ocean, kids flying kites on the beach… it’s as if the beach knew I wanted to take pictures of it!

*Note: I didn’t edit the colors of the ocean. That’s God’s artwork, not mine!*

The best photo of the day goes to this one of Jorge.

Hottest math teacher ever.

7 thoughts on “De-Stressing on the Beaches of Cancun

  1. Hi Laura,

    Thanks for adding the note of the colors! Great pictures! Hopefully February is less stressful and full of peace. πŸ™‚

    Greetings!

  2. This is my first visit to your blog, I was doing some research on different destinations in Mexico and came across your site. My wife and I own a travel agency, and book a lot of vacations to Mexico. Our plan is to retire in the Playa Del Carmen area, buying a small restaurant or bar, that caters to tourist, we think it would a lot of fun. I found your posts very interesting because you are living our dream! You are a very fortunate person to live on one of the most beautiful coasts in the world. I really like your site, and would love if you would allow us to put a link to your blog from our website. I will be back often to read your updates, keep up the great work!
    Scott & Deb

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