For many of us who survived 2020, we learned a few key things about our lives and priorities.
From bad things come good consequences. Employers were finally willing to admit that much of the work force can work from home and actually quite efficiently and happily, so less sick days, no expenses to upkeep a business office downtown, and less interruptions for senseless meetings and chitchat at the cooler.
Workers now able to live anywhere they please, are pouring out of rat-infested, cootie-filled cities that charge exorbinant amounts to live in a litter box-sized apartment. They are supporting small towns and rural areas with their money and their business. They are spending time with their families and outdoors with their kids.
With no more long commutes, a desire for independence following crisis, people are growing gardens, prepping somewhat for more crises down the line, in a sort of "lite" version of post Depression Era learning and WWII sacrifices for metal and nylons as well as planting a Victory Garden.
The travel bug, the desire to see more, experience more adventures, having free time to explore Planet Earth, a sense of adventure has begun.
Whether you want to go off grid or buy an RV, take road trips or start spelunking, there are many degrees of adventurer among us.
If you don't know what your adventure is yet - here's some ways to find your calling ....
FOR THE INTELLECT WHO WANTS TO WORK FROM HOME BASE (EXPLORE THE HEAVENS)
FOR THE NATURE LOVER OR URBAN EXPLORER WHO WANTS TO TAKE BEAUTIFUL PICS OUTDOORS WITH WATERPROOF UNDERWATER CAPABILITIES (THIS IS MY CAMERA)
FOR THE OUTDOOR EXPLORER WHO WANTS TO GET AWAY AND REGROUP
FOR THE ADVENTURER WHO WANTS TO FIND TREASURE
FOR THE ADVENTURER WHO WANTS TO SEE PLACES NO ONE ELSE GOES
Remember, there are all kinds of adventuring from heading out the distance to trying new sports or outdoor activities to intellectual adventures in writing fantasy or studying a subject of interest, and as Ghost Hunting Theories advocates - poking around at the unexplained!