When was the last time you did something for the first time?

As we become adults, every time more our daily routine keep us away of experiencing something different non-related to what we are used to.

Let’s go back to the past when we were kids. We were always doing and learning something new.  Our parents, our teachers, and our besties were always making us part of something that we never experienced before.

Do you remember when you learned how to swim?

when was the last time that you did something for the first time?

…. or when you rode a bike for the first time?

when was the last time that you did something for the first time

…or when you drank beer for the first time?

when was the last time that you did something for the first time??

One of the biggest enemies of happiness is adaptation. Living new experiences is critically important for our personal development and for our own happiness. Living day by day like robots with no excitement at all shouldn’t be call “living”. Monotony might be killing the happiness and the excitement of half of the population “literally”.

….Is it killing you?

As we grow our interests change constantly. 10 years ago probably you loved to do something, but now, it probably doesn’t even cross your mind.

Let’s start building new experiences, let’s brake the routine, we’re more than that! Be aware that bed is your biggest enemy. Go to art exhibits, do outdoor activities, learn new skills or languages, try a new gastronomy, and travel, travel a lot.

Don’t forget that life is made of moments. Do not forbid yourself the opportunity of living wonderful things. After all, you were sent to this world to shine!

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