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Hi Anita, glad to finally meet you. 🙂
The only social media I am using is Tiny Buddha and YouTube, because I feel like they both contribute something positive to my life. On YouTube, I have to actively refuse to watch anything that might make me upset or angry, but that’s easy enough for me. I enjoy watching animal videos and videos of people improving their lives. I find it many videos inspirational, for example Ted Talks.
Thanks for the reply!
Firstly, I hope you consider my response. I am only 23, unmarried, with no children, so I don’t know what you are going through in many aspects. Right now I am going through a sort of quarter life crisis, which is sounds to me like you are having a midlife crisis. I am also in a state of unfulfillment in my life. I feel like I’m not happy where I am.
I would recommended to you to travel. I have traveled overseas twice in the past four years and I cannot explain to you the difference that it made in my soul. It initiated my quarter life crisis, but in a way I am so happy for that because I am now craving a positive, healthy lifestyle– just getting to that lifestyle is a new journey that takes me out of my comfort zone in many ways.If you cannot afford to travel overseas, just travel inside your home country. I recommend traveling alone as well. Traveling alone allows you to spend time with yourself and interact with new people whom you may not have talked to before had you been with a group of peers. I also recommend watching movies about traveling and see if it appeals to you. Two I suggest are “Given” and “The Way”.
I hope this helps in some way. I know travel cannot solve all of life’s problems but I have found no better way of learning more about my true self than through travel.