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It's All a Trust Exercise

What would faith look like right now? What would fear? Is one winning the battle over the other?

What do I choose?

One of my mentors, Katrina Ruth, asked this question in a video a little while ago and, in all honesty, I didn’t want any of it. I told myself that I was living from trust and therefore this question didn’t apply to me. 

I have been consciously choosing to live from “trust” in the past several months (been doing it for most of my life without knowing it I suppose), so clearly I’ve got this nailed down. Um, nuh uh.

This morning this question came to mind again and after about a week of me trying to kick my own ass back into a place of feeling connected to my business and life goals, it didn’t seem so obsolete to me and my life. 

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Dear Traveler, "Settling Down" is Not the Enemy

I am so happy in my life right now. So incredibly happy. 

It’s moments like this that remind me that being stubborn about the plan for your life is...well...silly.

Do I mean not having aspirations? Do I mean not working for your dream life? Absolutely not.

What I do mean, is being malleable of what that looks like. Of being open to something different. Maybe even something polar opposite to what you had planned for yourself and your life. 

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That "Holy Freaking Shit This is my Life” Feeling

I love sitting still and just listening to the wind, and feeling the sunshine on my face. I really relish the moments when I am completely at peace with my environment and my surroundings. When I just embrace the stillness absolutely. 

When I’m able to separate my pre-conditioned desire to be checking things off a to-do list and trusting that what I feel compelled to do is what I’m meant to be doing. 

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Stop Thinking About it and Just Take The Leap

For many years now I thought travel was just a means of me seeing the word, living the adventures I always dreamed of and being free the way I always wanted to be. It is only recently that I've really come to understand that choosing to travel the way I did was maybe the single greatest decision I have ever made. It was the biggest pivot in my life and I chose it purely for me. That is what makes it so remarkable. Because I had had enough of seeking approval, of seeking validation, of acting and looking a certain way for other people. 

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So You’ve Traveled the World, Now What?

Just a heads up, this is not a how-to guide for writing a resume or for highlighting the skills you learnt while traveling. It isn’t even a step-by-step guide to applying all you’ve learnt travelling to your career. It is, however, a perspective shifting guide on how you should view and treat your experiences. And how you should use them to build your own future. A future that is 100% aligned with you, and your happiness. About backing yourself, and the life you want no matter what.

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