It's November here in the Pacific Northwest, it's only the third day of the month and it is snowing. Very unusual, but not so much in the last couple of years. We seem to be skipping over the rainy season that used to begin in Sept., run through Oct. and Nov. and then maybe it might snow in Dec., Jan. and Feb.
These season changes have left me wondering if it's time to move. I've been on this "hill" for about 21 years, I think I could say I've done this, been here, and probably need to do that next adventure.
I turned 61 this year, it's the sort of age where you're saying it's time to shit or get off the pot, because there are a limited number of adventures left at this age.
I recently took a mini vacation with my brother to the coast. It's my happiest place, I always enjoy myself there and always have a good experience.
When I got back I started doing some research about the area and found out I can probably afford to live there! If I move in the next year I'll still need to work, so I could start my business over there - which sounds a bit daunting, finding new clients, "hoping" to make enough money. But if all of my past adventures have taught me anything, it's that making the leap always pays off.
I'll probably get out there, do well and kick myself for having not done it sooner! It's still scary to leave the known, the reality, the comfort zone, but living with regret is worse I think.
Anyone have any great adventures they took and were glad they did? I'd love to hear your story.