I’ve got another great podcast to share with you guys today! Crime Junkie is another true crime podcast that I love. If you liked the last podcast I recommended, I’d suggest checking this one out! It’s a little meatier, serious & fact driven than MFM, but still on the more light-hearted side of true crime.
I feel like I have been doing a lot of text-heavy blogs recently, so i’m changing up the pace. A while ago, I’d gotten in contact with a local photographer on a whim, looking to do a fun experimental photoshoot. I don’t always love the way that I look in photos, but working with photographers who really know their stuff can be incredibly fun and yield some great results. I find that it gives me a much needed confidence boost when I get pictures back that I actually like.
I’ve been scheduling out some new content, and I hope you are as excited for it as I am! I’ve been writing a lot lately about some big trips that I’ve been on (and I’ve got more big trips coming your way shortly), but I wanted to revisit my mission statement, which emphasises adventure both far and near. You don’t have to break the bank to have a great time.
If you have read my ‘New Chapter’ blog, you’ll know that my mission for NTL has changed ever so slightly (and if you haven’t read it, you can read it here). I find that we focus too much, at least I do, on the grand adventures that take us out of our way, rather than the small adventures that we encounter in our day-to-day lives. In an effort to remedy that, I’ve been going over this blog to try to get a look at my own big picture, and I realize that I’ve been missing out on a BIG part of my life.
I will be the first to admit that I do not like the cold. Unfortunately, I live in a very cold state. Also, a lot of my family and friends live here, and while I hate the cold, I love them, so it looks like I’ll be staying in-state for at least a little while longer. One thing, however, that keeps my spirits high during the cold months, is living in a cool city.