Posts Tagged ‘philosophy’
After seven years in Boise, Idaho, Ben and I are moving back to the place we’ve always thought of as ‘home’ – Colorado. Alonna scored a great job with Seagate in Longmont, and Ben is more than happy to tag along. Although we’ve grown to love Idaho and will miss a lot of things about living here, we’re both very excited for this move. We can’t wait to go play in the Rocky Mountains!
And so now begins a whirlwind of packing, moving, house selling, and saying goodbye. As with any major change like this, emotions are mixed with sadness for what we’re leaving behind, but excitement for what’s ahead. But for us, this is what life’s about – making conscious decisions to pursue a life that makes us happy.
You are all welcome to visit us in our new home – we hope to see you soon!
Let’s say you’re thinking about taking some time off and traveling the world like we recently did.
It’s a given that you won’t come back from a world-wide walkabout as exactly same person. Some people write books about their life-changing experiences, but for most travelers, the changes are small. To friends and family, the only immediately noticeable difference will be an annoying tendency to share world travel related anecdotes. “This reminds me of the time I was grilling kangaroo meat in Australia….”
But even if you have an “ordinary” world travel experience, here are some of the ways that world travel might affect you: (more…)
“Once in a while it really hits people that they don’t have to experience the world
in the way they have been told to.” -Alan Keightley
Over lunch on an otherwise typical day, Ben and I made the decision to spend a year traveling. I don’t know what started the conversation or why it happened that day, but all of a sudden we realized that our dreams weren’t going to just happen; we had to make the decision to pursue them.