All posts tagged: adventure

Why you should do it anyway

When I left my hometown of 8 years to my new home state, I was full hopes and new dreams. Fear also tagged along because it was a major change. The move was full of mystery ahead. I was anxious because of the unknowns. But looking back, I can tell you that acting despite feeling fear has three important benefits. 1. You live a life of no regrets When you do things even if you feel fear, you live your life without regrets. You’re not left hanging with the question “what if?”. You learn to experience things for yourself versus relying on other’s people’s experiences and opinions. Even if later on you decide to change the direction of your life, you will gather gems of invaluable stories to share. 2. You live a new adventure You embark on a new adventure full of mystery and surprise. You’ll find yourself in places and experiences you thought only existed in your dreams. When you embrace the feeling of adventure, you continue learning about the world. You meet …

The Feeling of Adventure

I am in awe of airplanes. I went to my city’s airport twice this year before it was my turn to get on a plane to travel. I was left with this craving to watch planes land and take off as I saw them, then, through morning gold light and tall window panes. I still crave that image despite my recent trip to Mexico. This post isn’t about Mexico’s food or its landmarks. It’s about a wisdom I bring back from there.  (I brought back wisdom to munch on for the rest of the year.) What I want to talk about is the feeling of adventure. (For context, you should know, that I was visiting family.) And even though I wasn’t a tourist, I still felt this sense of adventure.