Living in a relatively small community gives you the comfort of security, knit-tight friendships, and more convenience to see local relatives. Tiny towns means more localization, friends among friends, where you can hang at the local bars on wing night and see everyone you know and love. Am I right? Surely, how can this be a bad situation?
Truthfully, it isn’t unless you don’t plan on settling down with a family and having kids. My generation seeks guidance in exploration and travel. It is a rare occasion that graduates of late 2000-something get to set their mind on a goal outside of the bubble we live in. It’s a damn comfortable bubble, but can be quite depressing if taken for granted.
The purpose of this blog is to influence those of my generation to get out and see the world! I’m fortunate to have a supporting family; they’re willing to give that extra UMPH, allowing me to fly away from the nest. We can’t be baby birds forever. If you are in your late teens into early twenty’s, or even mid-to-late twenties, now is the time to learn the world the hard way: Go see everything.
Here’s what I have in mind:
Destination: (TBA), Chile
Purpose: Teach English, Surf, Yoga
I am setting my application deadline to this Sunday. Wish me luck!
What else do I have in store?
Destination: Rincon, Puerto Rico
Time: Mid-January and Mid-February
Adventure Goers: MESSAGE ME. Where else should I be looking? Any words of advice?
I’ll touch base again soon. Video blog will soon commence!