The Future
Travels - Queen of Trades; Travel and Photography
2019-11-21 14:45 by Sarah Denninger
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The Future
 

When I first started traveling I never saw myself being where I am today. I never thought that it would progress the way it has and I certainly never thought I would have the support that I do now. I started traveling more and more to keep myself from going insane. I had this deep desire to see everything and anything I could and each time I went somewhere new I felt this part of me be lifted. It was like little bits of weight were slowly being pulled off each time I got in my car and drove somewhere. One trip turned into two which in turn became three and so on. Now I travel five to six times a year and each time I go I feel better than the last time I went. 

There is something about opening yourself to the world that really can make you a better person. It allows you to make friends and to expand your knowledge and without all the experiences I have had I am sure that I would be somewhere completely different than where I am now. I don't know what the future holds for me, where I will go next or what I will do but I can say that I have so many plans and I want to see so many amazing and far off places. The world is so much bigger than we think and I just want to embrace it all. 

As 2019 is slowly coming to a close I feel like there is just something waiting for me around the corner. Ever since I Have been back from Iceland there have been positive vibes and I just know something is about to happen. I'm not sure what it is but I am ready for it. 

I can't wait to find out what 2020 holds for me. 

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