So a few things have happened in my life that has lead me to re-evaluate this blog and the purpose that it has in my life. I started this blog shortly before leaving to travel to Germany over the Summer. I talked all about the trip and the fun I had with everyone and you all can click here to read all about it. I made a couple posts before I left and then I made some more after I got back. I think I made about 3-5 posts about traveling and studying abroad in general. I’ve been back from Germany for a while and realized that I did not want to discuss traveling for the life of this blog. I love traveling and the topic is bound to come up again at some point, but it is not what I want to dedicated a good chunk of my time too.
With that said, I’ve decided to gear this blog towards myself, my interests, and the things I think about in my life and on my journey forward. My interests include video games, knitting, crochet, reading, and music. I can chat all about these topics and never, ever be bored of them. But they do not comprise all that is my life. So, I also want to talk about things specific to my life such as: my daily routines, the importance of self-love and self-care, and the little things I find joy in on a regular basis. I simply want to impart my gentle existence on to you.
This blog is meant to be a place where I can share my experiences, thoughts, and opinions with those who find themselves in this space. As I discover new things in my life, new pleasures and things that just spark my interest, I will share all of that you here. I called this blog One Wondering Spirit for a reason. I find myself thinking about the things that provide me happiness and joy on a daily basis and I often find myself flowing from one joy to another and my blog will reflect that. I am a fluid person and do not believe in a strict way of life. I am for a lifestyle where I can take moments to breathe, in and out, and simply be me. I hope you find someone that resonates with you in this space and enjoy your time here as I enjoy writing these experiences to all of you.
Doing what you like is freedom. Liking what you do is happiness.
~ Frank Tyger