At some point we all think about the freedom of a life after school. What it would be like to have no homework, not having to wear a uniform and not coming to the same concrete walls every day of the week, with a pending countdown to the last day of year 12? What it will be like as an adult in the “real” world? This excitement can quickly be overshadowed by the confusion that comes with not knowing what to do after school. With so many options today, how do we know what to ch
They say "rules are made to be broken". While there's definitely some truth to it, this isn't the case 100% of the time. Here we've put together 4 rules that should be broken: 1. "It’s better to be safe than sorry" Not always. There are lots of examples where if you choose safe than you wouldn’t realize you can do what you never thought you could get done. It's not always better to be safe than sorry. 2. "Never be alone" You definitely need time alone. Don’t listen to this on
They say "Life is all about learning". After more than 35 hours driving and approximately 1,500 miles - I wanted to spend a moment to reflect on the adventure. Here are 5 things I learned along the path from Denver, Colorado back to Los Angeles, California: 1. Leave the phone in the car. It's no use taking your phone with you when you go countryside exploring. There's never any service around, no matter how high you jump. 2. Don't attempt to walk more than 100 steps when you'
It’s an actual first world problem - having too many possibilities. Picking a job, selecting a field of study or even just working out simple choices like what we’ll eat tonight. Choice, options and more pressure to dream big and reach those stars. But through dreaming, thinking, planning & considering our options we can start to work on designing this masterpiece that's our future. Today, I chatted about dreams and life with an inspired and thoughtful 22-year-old, Loki Davey
The Magic of no "right path" How do we find our path? I definitely haven’t found “the path”. I’m on a path (we all are), I’ve explored a lot of paths (we’ve all done that too) and at the end of the road, we’ll all have a map full of where we’ve been. But if we can shift the focus from finding the “right path” to trying to find ourselves, I promise we’ll be able to make a heap of better turning decisions along the way. Don’t let the idea of no right path demotivate you. Let it
At some point we all think about the freedom of a life after school. What will it be like having no homework, not having to wear a uniform and not having to come and sit within the same concrete walls every day? With a pending countdown to the last day of year 12 we begin to think about what life will be like as an adult in the “real” world? This excitement can quickly be overshadowed by the confusion that comes with not knowing what to do after school. With so many options t