30 Days of Adventure 1-4

Ok, I'm cheating slightly. I'm gathering up 4 adventure ideas into one in this post. I will be having my own adventures too but if I have one every day I may be too exhausted to face the Autumnn!

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For the purposes of this exercise I define adventure as being something you don't normally do, and probably wouldn't unless you had to. An adventure can raise the blood pressure (in a good way) and gets the adrenalin flooding through the body, or is just something so different for you that it gives you a boost, or teaches you something new.

So here's 4 adventure type tips to try this week:

1) Read a newspaper that doesn't validate your values and views.

2) Talk to someone you normally avoid and try to understand their viewpoint.

3) Go to the cinema on your own.

4) Take a different route to work.

Deceptively simple, but thinking of that last one, how often do we take a regular journey and not even remembering doing it when we arrive, even if we're driving! (That is particularly scary but it happens to me, I know). If you go a different route you will pay more attention to what you see. You will be actively thinking most of the way as you can't just run on auto pilot.

Go on, give it a go!

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