Three Reasons to go on as Many Adventures as Possible



I have an adventurous soul. I’m always daydreaming about the places I want to go and the things I want to see. I have a bucket list a mile long.

You don’t have to have money to be adventurous. Life is full of adventure. Even small ones are good for the soul. You can go for a walk with your camera and photograph as many things as possible, go on a small road trip, camp out under the stars, etc.

Here are three reasons I believe you should go on as many adventures as possible in your life time:

Adventures take your mind off of the daily stress.

  • Everyday life can be a lot to handle. There are bills to pay, deadlines to meet, responsibilities to withhold, and chores to accomplish. Allow yourself to take a small adventure and clear your mind. I personally love to go for walks right at sunset, when the air is cool. It’s so relaxing and eliminates more stress than you would think.


There’s too much out there to ignore.

  • I don’t know about you, but I’m just too curious about what the world holds. I can’t imagine going my whole life without seeing new things. You don’t even have to go far to see new things. This is so cliche, but stop and smell those roses!



Life is just too short. 

  • Life is short, and it goes by fast. You won’t regret the things you didn’t do, if you do them. There’s gotta be more to life than working, paying bills, and dying. There’s more to life than just existing. There’s more to life thanWe were made to explore. We were made for adventure.



I hope, from the bottom of my heart, that you find adventure. I hope that you see all there is to see, and that your soul is happy.


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