Adventure ... and Happiness

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If you look in the dictionary for a definition of adventure, you would find something like this:

ad·ven·ture (ad ven′c̸hər)
noun

  1. the encountering of danger
  2. a daring, hazardous undertaking
  3. an unusual, stirring experience, often of a romantic nature
  4. a venture or speculation in business or finance
  5. a liking for danger, excitement, etc.

An adventure is an exciting or unusual experience. It may also be a bold, usually risky undertaking, with an uncertain outcome.

Are these dictionary definitions of adventure - or even your own interpretation of the word - part of your personal definition of happiness?

Do you crave adventure or do you just need a little more of it in your life?

If so, this section of the site will help. It will include ways to introduce adventure into your personal Happiness Plan so you can live your happiest possible life.

Is travel adventurous to you?

What about participating in some "extreme sport"?

Or what about a hot air balloon ride, flying a glider plane, scuba diving, or white water rafting?

Is it the idea of pursuing a whole different career, moving to a different city, state, or country for a few years?

Whatever adventure means to you, if is part of your definition of happiness (or just something you want in your life), you must pursue it if that's what will make you happy.

It is important to remember that the only way to live your happiest possible life is to live totally consistent with your own personal definition of happiness. 

There is no getting around it.

What this means, for example, is that if money is part of your definition of happiness, you must have the money, wealth, and/or income you need to do what money allows you to do in order to be totally happy. 

If relationships are part of your definition of happiness, you must create, nurture, and build the closest, most fulfilling relationships possible if you want to be as happy as possible in your life. 

If spirituality or a religious commitment is part of your definition, then you must have some kind of spiritual connection or regular religious practice in your life to be truly happy.

The same is true with adventure. 

If a sense of thrill, excitement, variety, fun, uncertainty and, perhaps even danger are part of your personal definition of happiness, you won't be totally happy and fulfilled in your life with this missing.

It's that simple.

So, if you need adventure in your life to be happy, check out these great resources to get you started:


Click Here! to check out a Lone Wolf Adventure Membership...

Click Here! to get this idea book on great sports-related adventures...

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