If you are a writer, you know that sometimes you just find yourself putting things off. The longer you go between your last piece and the next, the more difficult it can be to open up a blank file and get cracking. This has happened to me numerous times, and it can be frustrating. You know that once . . .
We've all been runners at some point in our lives. Maybe you ran track or played basketball in high school. Maybe you haven't really been athletic since you were a child. Whatever the case, at some point in your life, you got enjoyment from running. I gave up on sports after high school. In my . . .
"Hiking" can be an extremely broad term. It can encompass leisurely strolls on a well-maintained path, pacing up and down rolling hills, and traversing rocky and uneven terrain with a constant uphill grade (though, perhaps that's better put into the "scrambling" category). I'll admit that I used . . .
I've said "no" a lot over the years. Sure, there have been plenty of "yes" moments along the way, but those tend to get all the credit for who I am already. The truth is that everything I've said no to or decided not to do has had a huge impact on where I am today — and it's probably the same for . . .
Travelling as a lifestyle can be tough. There's a big difference between a two-week vacation and a constantly on-the-move way of life. While I'm just stating the obvious (let's be honest), the truth is that there's a big gap between expectation and reality when it comes to finding that balance. . . .