Travel round-up time!! Unless this is your very first visit to my blog, or you’ve been living under a rock, it comes as no surprise that I’m reflecting on my travels for this past year. I like to look back and see where I’ve been before I think about where I will be going. The first half of my year was actually spent more at home here in Maryland than out and about, which was a nice, albeit strange (for me) change. So here’s a month-by-month review of some of my adventures of 2018.
I love having a bucket list. I think it’s a great way to make some crazy, nothing-off-limits goals to have something to strive for. The first time I did this I was maybe 12 and had no idea how I would get to France or ride in a Pittsburgh’s biggest horse show, but within a few years I did. There are all kinds of theories out there as to why making goals works - personally I think that if you throw something out in the universe, the universe will conspire to help you. Not a scientific reason, but occasionally you have to go beyond science.