I want to be around the people who love life, unapologetically.
You don’t need the latest fashion trends because when you’re in the outback in Australia, or in the jungle in Thailand, you really aren’t going to give a sh*t what you look like. And neither will anyone else.
There is that popular cliché of people ‘finding themselves’ when they travel solo out there in the world. Honestly though, I completely disagree. I think when you set out on your own you instead, create yourself. You show yourself who you really are, or who you can be in all the different scenarios you will find yourself in.
Plainly put: being with someone 24/7 in high-stakes, high-stress situations will really make it clear whether or not you like them.
Moving away, leaving them behind, will not make them happy, if anything it will tear them apart, but they will never let this be known.
Warriors wear shower shoes. Don’t expect a shower fit for a king. Bathroom floors can look pretty gross, especially if you don’t have slippers so you wear shoes into the bathroom.
First and foremost, I have learned and still continue to learn “how to travel” every time I step foot somewhere rather than my home state Michigan.
Road trips are cool. Cross country road trips are Epic. On a motorcycle it’s badass, but what about on a $1,000 scooter with a max speed of 50mph? We tried it and lived to tell this story:
Send them snaps of your experiences, it’s free to send via What’s App. Maybe you can make them jealous, then they will fly out to visit you and treat you to a week of luxury. That’s the plan.
For the man who loves me enough to urge me to leave, step by step with a knot in my throat and tears streaming down my cheeks, onto the next adventure.