Do you ever feel like you’re rushing through life instead of just enjoying the ride?
This is by far one of my biggest struggles. Having patience is a big challenge for me. I’m always wanting to be 10 steps ahead of where I actually am. I’m constantly reminding myself to enjoy the journey and I’m exactly where I’m supposed to be.
As I continue my winter adventure mission – I decided to go downhill skiing at the Caledon Ski Club. An adventure that reiterates the importance of slowing down and taking my time. I realize moving quickly isn’t just something I do in my everyday life to get things done, but also on the slopes. I also learned you can easily crash and burn. While it may not be on camera this time around, I had a pretty epic wipeout down the ski hill. The entire day my cousin kept reminding me to ski across the hill not straight down it, because taking my time will give me more control. It look a bit of getting used to, and a few bumps and bruises but I eventually got the hang of it.
I love how each adventure teaches me something about other areas of my life. It’s amazing what you can learn by allowing yourself to get out, have fun and embrace new experiences.