My adolescence and early adulthood contained a lot of soul searching (I've had 2 quarter life crises at age 27!). I've done lots of travelling, spent many years obsessively consuming self development content and wondering how to be a better person and live a better life.
I know it's become very cliché, but travelling has been a big part of my identity for most of my life. Only recently have I begun to truly question why, turns out it's probably a lot more to do with a lack of fulfilment in life than I thought. Now I'm feeling more secure in myself and my future than ever before and I can see my relationship with travel changing, though I'm sure it will see be a significant part of my life forever.
Self development has been also been a consistent theme in my life, especially since stumbling across 'The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A Fuck' on Audible back in 2017. At that time I was in a very problematic relationship, doing a job that I wasn't passionate about and struggling with unresolved trauma. Lots has changed since then. I'm living in a new country with a new boyfriend, I have a new career as a life coach and a much better understanding of myself.
I currently live in a lovely area of rural Ireland. Travel is surely not at the forefront of my life any more, but self development certainly is. When I'm not in self development mode, I'll probably be found baking, reading, painting, walking in nature, working on a jigsaw puzzle or stroking the nearest willing animal.
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