la aventura

27 Aug

Have you ever thought about how far you’ve come? The people you’ve met? The things you’ve learned? How each of the above have placed you exactly where you are today? 

Though I’ve come a long way since my “know-it-all” years at 22, 23, 24, oh, let’s throw 25 in there too, I still occasionally find myself struggling to let go of the little things and sit back and embrace the beauty of now. I am so lucky to be surrounded some incredible people that have chosen to live their lives according to what they want, rather than what society deems appropriate. They work hard, they play hard, and they love fully. They’ve come to the realization that life is too short for regrets, dissatisfaction, complacency, and general boredom and spend their time focusing on living. it. up.
Heck your life should be an adventure and a few stories (the good, the bad, and the ugly) under your belt only makes your legacy that much more yours. 

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