Unplugging is not something we do well in our warp-speed these days – but we should. In fact, there are scientific studies that suggest that being able to truly relax and rest has been shown to boost productivityincrease creativity, and reduce the long-term risks of potentially fatal ailments. So we decided to do just that – unplug a bit, reconnect, increase our creativity, and visit a place that many haven’t even heard of – Texas Hill River Region.

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Sometimes we all need to escape the hustle and bustle of our daily lives to find a place where the pace is not so frantic, the locals are a lot friendlier, and the beauty of nature envelopes your soul with a warm Earth Day-esque hug.

My co-host, Jeff Game, discuss how unplugging vacations can be one of the best investments you can make (not only as a couple but also in helping us get back in touch with what matters most in life).

We recently decided to leave our city slicker lives behind for a few days, unplug and explore the quintessential Americana Texas Hill Country River Region, located in Uvalde County. And, it kind of ruled!

As we hopped in our rental car for the hour and a half drive from San Antonio to Texas Hill Country River Region, cranked up our Willie Nelson playlist and could already feel the stress fall away along the roadside.


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