Mighty Museum Moments

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I have a confession to make:

I fall asleep at museums.

Ok, maybe not that extreme; I’m not a narcoleptic. Probably “drowsy” is a better way to describe it. You know what I mean, right? It’s quiet, there’s subdued lighting, no one’s making any sudden movements…. I often wish I had a tour guide telling me about the history of each piece, the author, cultural significance, and all the rest because all that really interests me and that kind of interaction would totally keep me energized.

And yet, despite the drowsiness, I love visiting museums – for two reasons in fact:

  1. Knowledge
  2. Connections

I’m totally into expanding what I know about the rest of the world – it’s why I’m on this crazy adventure to begin with!

And the other reason I go is to potentially meet people with similar interests – it’s a Sunday and I’m going to a museum – so what other people are going to a museum on a Sunday? We have at least one thing in common, and chances are, we’ll have more!

Here’s more from me on the subject… :-)

(I had to cut out a minute of footage because of the wind, but I essentially summed up above what I said during that time.)

So how will you venture outside your comfort zone?

I’d love to hear your answers and any other comments you have below.

Live Awesome,

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Former life: actor/office worker/virtual assistant; lived in Los Angeles for 11 years. Since then: sold nearly everything, took a $5 flight to Hawaii, lived there for 3 months, wrote an eGuide about all of it, and still traveling. Currently: digital nomad - looking to improve myself, have fun and serve others.