Why I started writing…

~ Travel – Adventure – Explore ~

-LiveForAdventure! 🙂

. . .

I started this post with my site tagline and my sign off signature because I just wanted to say that I didn’t choose them randomly. They are the reason I started this blog.
I specifically chose those 2 sentences because I want to live by them and encourage others to always live for adventure.
I know, life can be tough and we can get so caught up in the busyness of life that we forget to actually live & explore the amazing world around us. But, it’s so important that we really see and look at the world around us.

That’s why I started this blog. To encourage others and myself to live for adventure everyday because the world has so many amazing things to experience and explore.
If you’re ever having a bad day, just look around you and explore the little things surrounding you everyday that you probably always overlook. Those things can teach you a lot.
And, once you learn from those little things, start expanding your view and travel somewhere new where you will be surrounded with completely new and different bigger things.

~ Travel – Adventure – Explore ~
Treat every day as a new opportunity to experience new things!

And, that’s why I started this blog; To encourage YOU, and myself, to:

-LiveForAdventure! 🙂

P.S. I’m going to be trying to write a new post everyday for the next 20 days (maybe more), just a heads up that these posts will probably be a little random, but hopefully very interesting. Okay, that’s it. See you tomorrow!

-Thanks for reading!

3 thoughts on “Why I started writing…

    1. There are multiple answers to this question:

      1- I’ve just always wanted to experience living in a new country/continent.
      2- I wanted to teach English abroad because I love learning new languages and want to give others the chance to learn another language as well (in my opinion, it’s one of the most valuable types of learning).
      3- I wanted to continue to learn a new language while being completely immersed in the country and culture of that language.
      4- For me, going abroad is so valuable in many ways. And, it’s something I will never be afraid to do because it’s an amazing way to learn about ourselves and learn that the world is bigger than we could ever imagine.
      5- I just love traveling (I just love everything about being in a new country).

      Thank you for the great question. 🙂

      P.S. If you have any more questions, I’ve also written a few blog posts about this question (why I travel…), or you can email me, I’m happy to answer any other questions you might have.

      Have a great day! 🙂


      1. yeah the experience on living abroad couldnt be more valuable for ourselves I agree with that..

        but your courage though, lots have been sacrificed I bet for your decision; which of course worth it.
        I want to go abroad too that I’ve wondered how would it be if i left all my life here behind, that’s risky.

        I’m looking forward for your journey!
        Thanks anyway.

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