Two words that are currently plaguing me.

I should.

I should be climbing a lot more.

I should be working a lot more.

I should be writing a lot more.

I should be spending more time on the business course I just bought.

I should be taking advantage of being in Thailand and exploring everything.

I should be editing pictures.

I should be emailing them to all my new friends.

I should be saving more money.

I should stop spending money.

I should hurry up and travel south.

I should find balance.

I should stop stressing out.

But instead, I’m letting those two words consume me.

It feels like I’m being pulled in 100 different directions.

When I set aside time to work, I feel like I’m not experiencing Thailand.

When I’m climbing and experiencing Thailand, I feel like I should be working, writing, trying to develop a business.

This post has no meaning.

I know you see me traveling and posting fun pictures. But it’s not all fun. There is still life to take care of no matter where you go.

I have no job waiting for me when I get back. I have my own savings, but I don’t have a trust fund in a U.S. bank. We all know money doesn’t buy happiness. But it does buy food and diesel fuel.

If I ever want to come back, I should start figuring things out pretty soon.

Don’t Miss Your Chance

I was stuck in Corporate America for 9 years. I was miserable.

Then I took control.

You can too, and it starts right here.