Today I actually left my house to do something (just a shocking even in general). So I thought I would just share a little bit of my day with you guys. As time goes on I am starting to realise, how much I really couldn’t care less for materialistic things. I used to think the more that I shopped and the more that I bought, the happier I was overall becoming. But it was such a short term temporary happiness. Afterwards, I often felt guilt and then I would look at my bank account and wow. I would usually get even a little sadder.
So more recently I have decided to just get out of my comfort zone and get out there. Stop staying in my safe little bubble and start experiencing things. The only things you regret are the things you never do. I never went out and just enjoyed mother nature. I never just sat by a beach and enjoyed the waves as they came in. I was always so busy preoccupying my brain with everything I didn’t have I just forgot, to enjoy all the things I did have.
I am just going to insert some pictures of my little adventure today below, so you can enjoy the pics whilst I continue with my rant. :p :p
As you can see, I went to some stunning beaches, and I am honestly so glad that is how I decided to spend my time today. I am usually a little afraid to go driving in areas I haven’t been to alone, but I decided to make it my best life. And therefore decided to just screw it and go and enjoy myself.
I first went to fisherman’s bay which was crazy awesome, but I didn’t get to walk alone the beach because well (phobia of dogs). But I did get a nice look at. In addition to that, my journey there was a little bit weird, in the sense that the bloody GPS took me on some road. That honestly wasn’t even really a road, it was some dirt track that nearly punctured holes in the bottom of my tyres. But all was well, because I managed to get myself there safely.
Lastly, after visiting fisherman’s beach I decided you know what might as well see a little of the great ocean road and visit bells beach. And oh my, was I happy that I made that decision. It was seriously one of the nicest beaches I have ever been to, and I felt so happy being in the midst of such great beauty. It really puts into perspective the small place you occupy on this earth.
But all in all, that was my incredible and slightly adventurous day. What will you do tomorrow that takes you out of your comfort zone?