Why You Should Have More Solo Adventures

You expected words here didn’t you?

Well, you know that feeling when you’re really sick and can’t reach a trash can in time? That’s how inspiration has been working for me lately. And yes, I’m sorry for putting that image in your head.

That’s how my first vlog happened. Thank goodness for smartphone cameras. Time from inspiration to finished product can be very short nowadays.

Filming my blog today – especially walking around in public talking to a computer in my hand – was my solo adventure. Now I’m sharing it with you folks.

Don’t let the need to have company or friends tagging along keep you from doing interesting things. You don’t need consensus to have experiences that can make your personal life – and yes, your social life – much better.

Let me know in the comments if you’ve had any similar kinds of experiences with solo adventures. Has striking it out on your own helped you to learn about yourself?

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James Walpole

James Walpole is a writer, startup marketer, and perpetual apprentice. You're reading his blog right now, and he really appreciates it. Don't let it go to his head, though.

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