“When I dropped out, even though people around me thought I had made a mistake, I had full faith in my ability, my decision, and my vision.”
You have someone who will stay, even if everyone you love decides to leave.
You get to your new apartment, and it’s completely empty. Though this was exactly the blank slate you were looking for, something tugs at you. The emptiness feels bigger than the apartment.
We already had maps drawn and tickets on our bedside tables, but this breakup was unforeseen—and permanent. Faced with the fear of traveling on our own, we boarded the plane to Bangkok together.
I’ve had so many adventures that began with a tiny, by-chance meeting and ended in beautiful experiences. Trust in others, and watch your wealth in experiences compound.
I must live my answer. And every day I’m given is another precious opportunity to bellow out at the top of my lungs my answer: THIS is who I am!
Travel makes you feel alive. It reminds you that you don’t need much more than the clothes on your back, it reminds you that you are born to do so much more than work a job you hate, pay bills and die.
Moving on is not easy. There are no shortcuts and surefire directions, but when you travel solo, you will be able to meditate and reflect on why certain things happened.