I’m Sarah and I blog at Love Letter to Adventure.
I believe in living life with an adventurous spirit whether you’re exploring the local farmers market or traveling the world. My blog is a guide for women in busy lives who have lost their sense of adventure (or just want more!) I blog about ways to infuse your daily lives with adventure and open your mind to those big dreams you’ve always told yourself are beyond your grasp.
This month I’m excited to share some adventure prompts here on ARWB to help you reconnect to your inner adventurer.
You may be thinking, “I don’t have the time.” “I don’t have the money.” or “It’s not my season.”
But before you run off thinking adventures is not for you let’s take a moment to reframe adventure in a way that works for us.
Because adventure doesn’t have to mean sky diving and globe trotting. (Even if Alison Chino makes that wandering pilgrim thing look pretty fun.) We can all find adventure right in our own backyard.
My definition of adventure is whatever is daring and exciting for you.
That means we each have a different view of what feels adventurous. And that’s wonderful. Which of these mini-adventures sound most exciting to you?
- Knitting a Scarf
- Visiting a Museum
- Going for a Hike
- Trying a New Recipe
- Treasure Hunting at a Thrift Shop
- Planting a Garden
I’d like to start this month by challenging you to go on one mini-adventure each week in May. It can be something as simple as a walk in the park or pulling out a half finished craft project. Use #WeeklyVenture when posting your adventures on social media so we can all find each other. 🙂
P.S. Need an adventure idea? Try out my free Adventure Generator printable.