Things are always going to stand in our way. Not enough money, not enough know-how, not enough guts. Everyday budgeting is hard, we know, but it can be done. And, that’s all just one way to look at it. The other way, simply put? Life is short.
If you’re waiting for it to get exciting you may end up waiting a while! Sponietity and the ability to let go of your daily routine and do something different – just because you can have some great benefits. Letting go of your routine could help increase your energy levels, allow you to relax and might even put you into a better mood!
If you’re in a bit of a pickle at the moment and dropping everything is simply out of the question, there is still a way to inject some spontaneity. Take up what is sometimes called ‘planned spontaneity’. Be spontaneous today by planning something for the future. Maybe a holiday over Christmas?
1. See Australia and meet new friends and hosts along the way.
2. House-sit, you can escape to the country or take a seaside break.
3. Volunteer in Africa, or anywhere in the world.
4. Carpool around Europe.
5. Crew a yacht in the Greek Islands.
6. Fly somewhere, anywhere, anytime.
7. Be an au pair in New York
8. Go on an adventure, ever tried sledding through the Arctic behind Huskies?
9. Do something closer to home… learn a language, take up dancing, buy a dog. Or, borrow a doggo?
10. Take an adventure and get some great tips from those who went before you.
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