A while back, a friend of mine asked me what exactly my blog was about and what my goal was in writing it. I’ve been asked that a few times and I’ve always struggled to give a satisfying and simple answer.
Those who have read some of my articles (by the way, thank you!), will probably have figured that it’s just a standard travel and lifestyle blog. In many ways it is; I mainly write about travel and personal development. But that sounds too broad to me. I’ve always felt that there is an underlying current that runs through everything I write about. Though the articles don’t always seem directly related, they are all connected by one theme. Deep down I’ve known what this theme is but I’ve struggled to consciously formulate it into a simple message.
Recently, I’ve been trying to come up with this simple message because I think it’s necessary in order to avoid Wireless Vagabond becoming just a sound board for random thoughts I have on certain topics.
On the way back from my trip to Japan and South Korea it suddenly hit me. Though this blog might seem to be about a lot of different things, at its core, it’s actually just about one thing. The message I want to convey is that you don’t have to be rich to have a rich life. In other words, you can be happy, adventurous, successful, fulfilled, etc., no matter who you are, what you do and what stage of life you’re in.
So the real question is, how?
Now the thing is, I don’t actually know how. But I’m trying to figure it out, day by day and I want to use this blog as a way of documenting my journey, sharing my experiences and hopefully helping others along the way.