25 Things I’ve Learned In My 25 Years
We can all agree that crossing over into adulthood isn’t signaled purely by a number. At the age of 18, while we are “recognized or declared by law” as adults, that certainly doesn’t mean much. I had my epiphany of what being an adult really meant this year, at 47. It may not be what you think. I’m not talking about being independent, earning an income, paying bills, and providing myself with the essentials. Sure that’s part of it, but I’m talking about what’s happening on the inside and my attunement with it.
If your zip code identifies your place of residence as Washington D.C., you live in one of the worst-run cities in the country. Conversely, if you call Nampa, Idaho home sweet home you are living in one of the best-run cities in America. You can also live pretty large just down the road in Boise, Idaho, ranked the second-best run city in the U.S. Maybe it’s the potatoes?
Planning your travels can be a bit stressful, especially when there are a lot of moving parts and different things to consider. Planning a camping trip or a road trip, however, is a bit different than just booking a flight and a hotel. So here’s step by step on how I prepared for my lengthy summer travels.