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Road trips have this thing that allows you to feel the freedom, to embrace the adventure.
There’s something exciting when you are heading out onto the road with destination unknown and then trying to maneuver your way back at the end of the day.
Road trips are the mirror reflection of what life represents to me.
We all come to a crossroad at one point or another, literally and figuratively.
It was during one of our road trips we decided to go one way, not thinking about the fact it would take us 5 hours longer to get there, talk about taking a detour home.
And we also didn’t have the foresight to turn around and go head home on a three-hour drive.
The day had been amazing, the evening spent dinner watching the sunset and heading home the scenic route, except it was dark.
The frustration grew as we realized that this may not be the best way home.
That freedom is what we crave and we at times create without thinking about it. It’s the ability to see that even though you are taking a long way home, there is goodness in this situation.
When you come to your crossroad and happen to take the detour, find that goodness.
For me, it was that I could spend a few more hours with my guys before getting back to the reality of work.
Road trips help me disengage from sitting behind the computer for too long or scroll through Facebook endlessly without getting anything done.
Taking detours, allows me to reflect where I am at the moment and where I would rather be and how can I best get back on track to head into the proper direction.
Yes, detours are annoying and frustrating when you realize that perhaps another way would have been better.
But what if for just one moment, you appreciate the detour you’ve taken, find and see the good and take a moment to reflect on where you really want to go?
I created this tote, to remember this moment and remind myself that there will always be a detour of some kind!
You can get yourself a tote, so you may always be reminded that detours are actually a beautiful part of your journey!
Pack your bag, and head into freedom!