Life: A Soliloquy

Taking this trip was scary.

Choosing to leave my job, my stuff, my home, and my community was not an easy decision. By far the biggest fear I had going into this national park adventure, however, was that I wouldn’t like it. Yep. I was extremely apprehensive that I would be one week into my travels and absolutely hate being on the road. Or that I would be miserable, stuck with the same sense of listlessness I had while residing in Northern Virginia.

The verdict?

I’ve never been happier!

Getting out of my comfort zone was just the remedy for a healthy life “reset”. Completely flipping my daily routine was a perfect treatment for that sense of monotony I had felt. Yet it took courage and grit to move forward into the unknown; I had no guarantees that contentment would follow.

Sure, I miss my loved ones like crazy, but each day I am filled with gratitude that I decided to take this risk and travel around the U.S.

Life is too short to live squished into our bubbles of complacency.

Life is too short to always be asking “What if…?”

Life is too short to have regrets.

Life was meant to be lived.

Livin’ life to the fullest in the Tetons
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4 thoughts on “Life: A Soliloquy

  1. My husband and I met you at The Great Sand Dunes National Park when you attempted your first try at sand surfing. We have been following your blog ever since. We look forward to every new place you visit and are extremely impressed with your courage and appreciation for the great outdoors. We are hoping to read a book someday about all of your experiences on the road. Stay safe and keep on enjoying what the Good Lord put here for us to see.

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