Hannah Chapman on Beach

“The biggest adventure you can take is to live the life of your dreams”

Ive heard so many people, time and again, say to me that I’m on holiday all the time, or they wish they had my job, that they are fed up with theirs. And yet when asked, none of them are ready to leave. Oh no they say, I can’t leave now, I don’t have enough money, I could never leave my family, I have too many bills…  Too many people get stuck. Stuck in a routine, stuck in their lives and stuck feeling it’s too late. Well let me just say that cliched phrase: “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”. I wholeheartedly agree with this, no matter what fears or reservations you may have, to live the life you dream of, is worth it.

My dream is to see the world, experience new cultures, discover natural wonders and real people. I have been lucky enough to work in Southern France, volunteer in Bangladesh and I am currently working for a company which has enabled me to work and live in Fuerteventura, Mexico, Zakynthos and soon Spain. Some people may say that I am on holiday, that they would love my life, but I chose to do this. And I continue to make that decision every day. I’m not saying I will continue forever, but I am saying that everyday I ask myself if I am happy and if I want to continue. The day that I say NO, will be the day that I look to change. That I find something that takes my breath away and makes my soul sing again, because after all that is what life is all about.

I want to invite you to join me on my journey, exploring new destinations, discovering hidden gems and most importantly, living life to the full and creating the most unforgettable lifelong memories and friendships. Follow your passions and remember, you control your destiny, not that other way round.

  1. Rijiin 6 years ago

    This is an amazing blog! I do encourage you and will be tweeting you from time to time continue to share. I was vegan for many years and eating lettuce based salads well I sure you are aware of fast food, organic lettuce, e.coli and kitchens and co-ops but this stuff is “world stuff:” Education, nutrition energy. It interfaces the world problem of drinking water. How are you managing that. It water plentiful on your international journey’s

  2. Kat 6 years ago

    This is so true! I’m at the start of a similar journey so this post was really encouraging, thanks for sharing 🙂

    • Anonymous 6 years ago

      I wish you the best of luck on your journey! Where are you planning to start?

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