Why I Love Spontaneous Adventures
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Why I Love Spontaneous Adventures

Be impulsive, live a little!

Why I Love Spontaneous Adventures

Being spontaneous is something I just realized how much I love. It's so fun to just to drop everything and go at the spur of a moment. A fun idea pops into your head while you're not doing anything important, GO! I used to be someone that planned every little thing out and when something of those plans changed, even the slightest bit, it made me mad. But being spontaneous is full of surprises and makes life so much more interesting.

I think I learned to be spontaneous from my dad. He's always up to do random, fun, weird things at any time of any day. We used to be sitting at home at night and decide to make a quick Wal-Mart trip for no reason. Which resulted in buying a waffle maker one time and a fish the next. My mom hated it but it was so fun.

To me, the best memories come from the things you do with no planning at all! When I do something spontaneous, I have no expectations because I don't have time to think about what I'm about to do. That's the beauty of it.

College is pretty much being spontaneous 24/7. Spontaneous studying, working out, exploring your school, eating. Everything is so spontaneous. Time never stops, so go for a spontaneous adventure today with some friends and enjoy it! Being spontaneous and always ready for a new adventure is how I'm choosing to live my life from here on out. Why not be impulsive and live a little?

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