There are so many things I want to do and the faster I grow up the more worried I get about not being able to do them. One of my ultimate fears is being stuck. And that refers to anything and everything in my life, relationships, traveling, schoolwork and the list goes on, but most importantly stuck in a job. I know it happens to people quite often; they graduate, they take a job because it pays well, not because they like it, and then five years later...they are still there, not happy. I can't let that be me, I won't let that be me. I have so much that I want to do and places to see and travel to, that being stuck simply isn't an option. My mom thinks I worry about it too much, but I just want to be doing something I'm passionate about. They say you can be anything you want to be right? Is it too much to ask to be able to wake up every day and be excited for a job?? .. I hope not!
& I feel like traveling is one of the best ways to be 'unstuck' in a routine. You get to experience so many different cultures, traditions, foods, people and it is definitely something high on my list to do. My best friend Sam just came back from a few weeks in Beijing, China and the stories he was able to share with me were extraordinary. It truly made me appreciate where I live, but really gave me the urge to see more, outside of the US and even inside! Besides never being outside of the US, there are still places in America I want to go to, my top two right now are California and Colorado! & I wouldn't mind living in Miami or Dallas for some time either! There is just so much to explore : )
Sam showing Ava and Jake cool toys he got them from China!
Attempt at flying the kite
Attempt failed! Oh well, untangling it was fun ; )
Do you think its possible to wake up everyday super excited about your job??
Where has been your fav place ever in America or outside that you have visited?!?
Check out Sam's travels in China on his Blog