Leaving The Temptation Of Indulgence For Brighter Pastures

Indulgence is everywhere. From your local doughnut chain store to the wide array of Netflix specials that are released. From the comfort of your home living room to the relaxation of your favorite book. Some of these could be classed as indulgences and activities for growth in the same fell swoop, so distinguishing between them can sometimes be hard. However, if you feel your life has become mostly filled with indulgence (at least in your free time,) it’s easy to feel like you’re not progressing anywhere.

Brighter Pastures

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In order to empower yourself, you must partake in the journey of life with your eyes wide open. It means taking an adventure regardless of your age, because that is just a number. It means pursuing your goals to the extent that you find them rewarding. It means instead of sliding into comfort as the dominant exercise in your life, you get out and challenge yourself in a way that means the most to you. Empowerment is defined by how well you are able to face the unknown and hold your strength in its presence.

If you’re a mother, you’ve held a career for a period of time, or you’re simply a good person, you can absolutely state that you have the inner strength and power to become empowered beyond your wildest dreams. Here are a few methods for doing so:

Drop Everything And Adventure!

Do you ever get the feeling that the routine and order of your life is getting slightly stagnant? It might not be, but the continual repetitiveness of it might be bringing you down just a little. Heading on an adventure can wipe your fatigue slate clean, and come back grateful for the comfort and security you have built for yourself. However, how should you begin? Climbing Kilimanjaro? Trekking around Everest?

These sound like pretty massive endeavours for someone who might not have ever partaken in an expedition like this. How on Earth are you supposed to organize this yourself? With services like Kandoo Adventures at kandooadventures.com you might not have to. Adventure needn’t be over complicated or risky, using many services that provide you with an organized yet adventurous and unrestricted experience can help you take your first tentative steps around the world. Upon your return, it won’t be long before you’re bragging to all the other ladies at the hair salon.

Implement Slow Change

It could be that you may not feel entirely happy simply heading to pastures new straight away. We are creatures of habit, and that means understanding how to implement small change to veer the course of our life. It could be that instead of relying on online dating, you head to a speed dating venue once a month. It might be you decide to become more social attending music events or simply arranging nice events for you and your extended family. Other people are often a great predictor of adventure because learning about them is often the most complex and enticing thing you can imagine.

That being said, try to implant yourself into new social situations! You’re never too old to join a new hiking group or join a book club. If you’re interested in writing, why not join writing communities on Reddit and Facebook and contribute to them often? You can never tell just how wide spanning your hobby could truly get, and what new, wonderful people could become a fixture of your life.

With this in mind, you are sure to enjoy the unknown of adventure, both social and physical. The Netflix series can wait.

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  1. Morgan Prince March 5, 2018 / 8:24 pm

    That’s so true. I’m so easily tempted to stay indoors and watch Netflix I really should try to be more social!
    #bigpinklink

  2. Tubbs March 5, 2018 / 9:24 pm

    That’s so true. Sometimes we’ve just got to get on with it, one small step at a time

  3. Louise Pink Pear Bear March 11, 2018 / 3:07 pm

    This is great advice, I’m always turning down invitations in favour of an evening slumping on the sofa watching Netflix and it’s really not good for me, socially or emotionally. Thanks for linking up with the #bigpinklink this week.

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