Welcome to Little Adventures, my name is Jem. Join me on this journey we call life, the ups, downs and adventures in between.
The name of my blog, Little Adventures, encompasses what I am trying to achieve. It is not always about the big adventures, the expensive holidays (though those are great!), it is about the little adventures we can have every day if we look for them. We can find little adventures in every nook and cranny and they are what makes life fun. Life is about making the most of what you have and what you can do and big adventures aren’t always realistic for a lot of people. We can be tourists in our own backyard, we can look at our own little alcove of the world with new eyes, we can explore the well trodden path we take time and time again and find new adventures each season.
WONDER ~ No, this isn’t a typo! Wander wasn’t written wrong. We should always wonder at the world around us. It is awe-inspiring, beautiful, intriguing and we can learn so much if we wonder.
LAUGH ~ Laughter is food for the soul. It fills us with joy and we should do more of it every day. Finding the joy in daily life is magical.
EXPLORE ~ There is so much to see and do, even in our own backyard. We can spend our lives exploring, laughing and wondering (as well as wandering).
So join me on an adventure, sometimes small and sometimes big, but we shall have them together.
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