1. Kelly says:

    I completely agree with you. I finally made the leap off the spinning merri-go-round 2 1/2 years ago. Sure there were scraped palms and knees, but they healed. Now, I can’t imagine why I got on the merri-go-round to begin with. There is so much more to enjoy in life that the constant whirl and spin.

  2. Heather says:

    thanks! 🙂

  3. Kel says:

    I said my fond goodbyes to my rat race in 2008. The one where I did quite enjoy the “luxuries” of an above average secure and regular income, my own inner-city home and the lifestyle and possessions that went with it – although I didn’t actually own a TV, which made me a bit of a weirdo. I am still proud of that!

    I traded it all for some vagabonding, real human connections, earth appreciation, and humble attempts to be immersed in different cultures and make a positive difference in other people’s lives…

    For the last 3 years I’ve been back in the place where I feel pressured to be on the trajectory I left 7 years ago. I am the slow and simple in a fast and complicated part of the world. It’s taking its toll. Any enlightenment I may have discovered is being snuffed out.

    Reading your experiences is reminding what’s important. Perspective returning.

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