Perhaps it’s time to enjoy the little things you might forget to enjoy sometimes and remember that rest might be what you need, however much you fight it, and try to do too much.
The beauty of solo travel, of backyard adventures, of being able to take yourself off into the wilderness to switch off for a while – to focus on creation, reflection, and a few hours of peace.
Experimenting through so many things helped lead me to this point, knowing a little more about who I am by not defining myself as one thing.
The sun dipped lower and lower. I fell, again and again.
And then, I just… got it.
I am putting more value into being alone. Not just accidentally, but to actually go out and seek aloneness.
When they’re climbing, they trust you to catch them, to keep them safe, and you’re trusting them not to do something too risky, or dangerous.
What does productivity mean to you? And how can you incorporate a change of scenery no matter what your job?
A beautiful sunset, a vegetarian couple sitting next to me, vegan food, a serene sense of both leaving and coming home.
The transient nature of traveling life is both selfish and self-harming. Ambition slowly gnaws away at connections, affections.