FULFILLED TIP #2 - Being an adult can be fun when you are acting like a child.
Being an adult can be fun when you are acting like a child. Take this one with a grain of salt, because there is a time and place for everything. Don’t be afraid, however to work like an adult, but play like kid. That’s what living mildly wild is all about, working hard, but playing even harder. Feel free to let you hair down. Don’t forget though, in order to let your hair down, it had to once have been up.
I am a huge advocate for stepping out and adventuring. Just last summer, I went ATVing in the Mohave Desert, swimming in the colorado river, white water rafting in the Chattahoochee river, tubing in the cahaba river, and I'm about to hop on a plane and head to Australia to see what that what that oyster hold for me. A life well lived, has to be lived. Sitting in safety is cute and everything, but it doesn't make for stories that dazzle your grandchildren. Sitting in safety leads to many regrets, and I'm comfortable having a list regrets. I would rather have a list of mountains conquered, than a list of shoulda, coulda wouldas.
work like an adult
it pays the bills.
On the other side of the coin a man who doesn't work doesn't eat. This old adage and scripture is absolutely true. Who says though that you can't enjoy your life, as you work. Someone else wise once said that, "if you love your job, you'll never work a day in your life." Even if you haven't found a job that you feel fulfills you, there is nothing wrong with working hard, and blowing off the same amount of steam. Looking around at people who seem successful, on thing about them is that they burn the midnight oil and beat the crows to call, but when it comes to vacation they go harder than anyone else.
If you want to succeed for the long run you have to work, but you have to be sure to burn off some steam to keep your mind fresh and young. If you let the stresses build up, they'll make you sick in ways you don't need or want to be sick.
Play like a kid
life is fun that way.