1. Stop waiting around for someone to give you permission to do what you love.
I have learned so much about myself and others just from going to shows alone. It is a learning experience and I highly recommend you try it.
If someone loves you along the way, good for you, invite me to the wedding so I can embarrass myself on the dance floor.
I’ve found that I don’t want to be that guy in my late 30s that’s completely settled down in an awesome apartment with a great high paying job
If you’re gonna do anything worth doing, you need momentum.
3. Pack like you’re playing Tetris: Use all available space. I’m talking stuffing your shoes with fragile items
You have the power to lead a life as pleasant and as rewarding as you please. That isn’t delusional; it’s possible.
When that happens, it’ll break your heart.
Things will fall into place when they need to. Until then, why not try getting to know someone you’ve never met before: yourself?
There’s a very big difference between being a tourist and being a traveler.