A year is certainly a long time, but it also seems to have passed in the blink of an eye. This week marks a year since I graduated CSU, a year since I left my home and began what I consider to be my time "on the road." A lot has happened in the time since, and I am proud of the things I've accomplished. But this anniversary has come to remind me just how quickly life passes by, and reaffirms the idea that spending time in the pursuit of meaningless endeavors is a true tragedy.
As this symbolic year marker comes and goes, I am taking the opportunity to reevaluate and reformulate my ambitions. I've been asking myself questions like: Where should my focus lie in this coming year? Where will I go and what will I do? What shall I strive for? How will my actions impact others? And...
What does it mean to live well? ...and how do I get there?
Stay tuned for the answers, but for now it's summer time and rest assured that I am still very much on the road. Although I'm back in the US for a family affair, I will continue on my way, visiting some old friends and new places from Michigan to Montana, Idaho to Oregon, Colorado to Canada. I'm off once again to experience the world raw and unfiltered.