10 Travel Truths We Hold To Be Self-Evident
This is what I believe to be certain natural rights and ideals we’re all looking for in our travel experience!
10 Travel Truths
It is possible to travel and live healthy – to be aligned with our values, our goals, and ourselves!
We seek to live with what maintains, sustains, energizes and inspires us!
We can experience amazing vitality and productivity when traveling!
We want to feel extraordinary every day of our lives, to be prepared for whatever comes our way!
We want to perform at our best: in our work, in our relationships, and in every day!
People will make higher choices when they know what’s healthy and what’s available!
We are ambassadors wherever we go, and strive to show up (on all levels) ready for life!
It’s all about finding fun + meaningful ways to eat, play, relax, learn + connect!
We are here to THRIVE!
We can be healthy, positive + productive forces everywhere we go!
Sharing these truths and supporting people in their pursuit of them – this is, I believe, what I am here to focus on. (Or, as it was known in Thomas Jefferson’s day, pursuit = practice!) The form of how this will all happen is still unclear, and that’s OK.
The important part is to continue clarifying and refining what you are ridiculously passionate about, what you can really get behind, and how you want to help others. Then, get to work and go from there, one step after another.
No one said it’ll be an easy road, and I can see that ahead. Staying true to my heart, though, means it’ll definitely be a fun and rewarding journey, whatever the outcome!
New Welcome Video
In a further effort to clarify what’s going on here, I recently added a video to the site – you’ll see it at the top of the sidebar.
There was so much more I could say in the video (like some of the items above), and I wanted to keep it short and sweet!
Lots of good times ahead – thanks for being along for the ride!
What Travel Truths do you live by?
I’d love to hear your response + any other comments you have below.
Looking forward to learning more!
photo credit (Jefferson Monument on the Tidal Basin): ME! :)