An adventure, whether big or small, is an opportunity to learn and grow.
What created "Yes Adventures?"
I live in an amazing epicenter. I live outside of Philadelphia which for those of you who are geographically challenged is about two hours in each direction from NYC, DC, and the Jersey Shore (no, not like the show). So when friends would ask "want to come down to the beach?" or "want to do a weekend in the city?" or "want to go to a brewery in central PA?" my answer was always "YES." Then things escalated...
One Philly weekend (our occasional girls' weekend) we were discussing a friend's upcoming work trip out of the county. "You should meet me somewhere!" I had already been out of the country multiple times but it was typically with a larger group and with much more planning. This time the idea was hatched on a Saturday morning and by Sunday my trip was booked. Of course I would say yes to this adventure. Because that is who I've become.
I've since been on many adventures. Traveling to new places, eating new cuisines, and trying new activities keeps life interesting. So when presented with a new opportunity I try to always say "YES!"
"Never say 'no' to adventures. Always say 'yes,' otherwise you'll lead a very dull life"