Rise of the Innerpreneur

Choosing My Own Adventures

Sacred Heart

Our soul – it thrives on adventure.

Adventure is a nutrient. We need it.

When we ignore our desire for adventure, we ignore our very nature.

It’s not a frivolity.

Sometimes, usually when I am leaving for a trip, I think about my adventure and it’s costs, and I question if I need to be less self-serving, less self-ish, and not take the risk.

I wonder if I should be more ‘adult’ or more ‘disciplined’. I wonder what’s wrong with me that I need to explore the world.

But then the adventure begins and I quickly remember why THIS matters as much as my ‘hard work’.

I, You, Us humans, we need to woo, excite and refresh our Self. We need to experience falling deeper in love with our Self and our World.

We need the feeling of relinquishing control and let the unknown unfold. We need to see that what we are truly capable of.

Baja California set my heart on fire.

My passion is fueled. I am so thankful I choose to feed my Self with such delicious desert beauty.

Now, I can feel, see, that without my adventures my work would not be possible.

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In creating my unique dance with creativity and commerce it’s necessary that I give my creativity the full attention it sometimes needs.

Be a good animal, trust your instincts. – D.H. Lawrence

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Hello! I’m Tara, a wizard of less obvious things. I love hearing from you, so please feel free to connect with me.

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About Tara Joyce

Hello! I'm Tara, a wizard of less obvious things. I love hearing from you, so please feel free to connect with me. I deeply appreciate your support of my work—through allowing it to grow in your imagination, through sharing it with others, and through your financial support.

6 Thoughts on “Choosing My Own Adventures

  1. Dougleemiller on December 30, 2010 at 9:12 PM said:

    Yeah for adventure. If you want some prompting for adventures, try Kerri Smith’s book “How to Be an Explorer of Life.” Her other books are fun too: “Mess” “This is not a Book” and “Tear This Up”. Good freedom creative adventure driven books to stretch and discover with.

  2. Ooh this is good & juicy: “without my adventures my work would not be possible.”

    You're so wise beyond your years and I loooove your writing. Thanks for feeding my creative side and encouraging more adventures too. ;)

  3. I bought “How to Be an Explorer of Life.” last night. Thanks for the

    tip, Doug. I've also read “Wreck This Journal” by Kerri Smith. More

    good creative adventure there too;>)

  4. Thank you, Nath. It's an honour to know I touch you.

  5. franchiseguy01 on January 4, 2011 at 9:41 PM said:

    Adventure a gateway for us to be on different place, different situation and experience what we are missing to our selves. Sometimes risk will always be tailed as we pursue a certain adventure but still we need to move on to our adventure so we can acquire what we really want.

  6. Thanks for sharing your perspective.

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Choosing My Own Adventures

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