Travel Motivation: Be like a kid at a Theme park.

Picture taken by 13weekstravel @ Holidayworldmaspalomas

Be like a kid at a Theme park.

Enjoy the rides.

Try everything at least once.

Do the rides you love AGAIN and AGAIN.

Be like a kid at a Theme Park

When was the last time you looked at new things in your life like it was an exciting ride to take?

Yes, it might be a bit scary, but fun and exciting for sure, and definitely worth standing in a line that feels like forever just to take the ride.

Start opening up to new possibilities in life by thinking of them as an exciting ride in an amusement park – give it a try, step out of your comfort zone, let it go.

Enjoy the rides

Picture taken by 13weekstravel @ Atlantis water park

Do you think kids worry about school when they are enjoying a ride in the park? No! They take every minute of it in, and absorb every detail of the moment. It always amazes me how my kids can remember little details from our travels; it’s because they truly live in the moment and enjoy every bit of it. Live the moment! Don’t multitask your life away, but make every day chores more enjoyable so you will love the routine.

Try everything at least once

Without trying you’ll never know how something is like. It’s about time that YOU start giving new things a try! And I don’t mean you have to change your life in this moment, but try new hobby, anything you might say a straight no to before.

Do the rides you love AGAIN and AGAIN.

Make enjoying life a habit, not a once in a blue moon type of thing. Who says you can’t have fun everyday and who says that even work has to actually feel like work? Yes, it requires a lot of smart planning, but you can make your everyday life to feel like a day at the Theme park, all the time, by choosing to do things you love or finding love out of the things you do.

Would you look at life from the perspective of a kid at a Theme Park?

Let me know in the comments.

4 thoughts on “Travel Motivation: Be like a kid at a Theme park.

  1. What a wonderful way to view travel. But, not just travelling. It is important to take a step back, everynow and then, and servey life through the eyes of innocence and the purity of a child.

  2. This is such a fun post! My husband and I definitely act like kids when we travel. This inspires me to want to take a trip to a theme park. We love them but haven’t gone since our son is little. Maybe we go just he two of us and really enjoy it!

    1. Thank you Miranda. I think you should definitely go if you love Theme Parks. There is surely some sort of magic in these places that makes us all so happy.

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