When I listen to the song of Mr. Probz – Waves I’m totally in an adventurous mood. It reminds me so much of sunny days, summer rides in a cabriolet, wearing a boho outfit and just relax on the beach with some palm trees next to me.
Sometimes I’m longing so much for a more adventurous life: more travel, more experiences and simply do all the things which make me happy and fulfill me. I’ve never been a fan of living a monotonous life and 21 is THE age, where you’re mature enough to make decisions and young enough, to live the life you imagine. If not now, when then? The older you get, the more it feels like time passes too fast, though you wished it would be the opposite way. Unfortunately there are things, we can’t change so that we need to enjoy what we have and live this beautiful life to the fullest!
I think no experience is greater than traveling the world, visiting new places, get to know new cultures and explore the beauty of this breathtaking planet. Don’t you agree that life is too short for always doing the same things? Traveling is the best way to develop into a true human being. On every corner you see new fascinating things and learn so incredibly much on a trip that this unique experience affects your life in such a positive way.
I think sometimes it’s so important to shut down all your negative thought and just do. Do whatever you feel like you want to do. Simply distance yourself from all your fears and focus on positive things which make life beautiful. Which make you feel beautiful and satisfied.
I realized that traveling not only makes you become a better human being, you also change all your priorities. When you’re back home, you’re full of energy, have gained a great deal of experiences and inspirations. and last but not least you’re more motivated for all the upcoming things. – An irreplaceable feeling, that’s for sure!
If you’ve never left your country or city, please don’t be scared to just do it… To cut a long shorty short: “The world is a book and those who don not travel, read only one page.”