This is something I try to do often, and something I’ve done quite a bit of on this trek across our beautiful country. You have to be careful with looking ahead though because there’s a delicate balance between looking ahead to prepare and planning ahead.
Planning ahead is likely to be a waste of time due to the number of unknowns that wait for us on this path we call life. Looking ahead, however, allows us to slow down for a minute and take a look at the possibilities. It causes us to make choices based on where they might lead. To take in all the options and try to select the right road.
When looking ahead, we have to be cautious to stay flexible. We have to be aware that the road we choose will most likely lead us where we want to go, but it may not be a straight road and there may be detours around the bend that we just can’t see yet. So keep those high beams on and keep on truckin’!
In terms of my Tiny, I’m super stoked to settle into it. I can’t wait to show you all how it turned out when I get it all set up. Its just what I hoped it would be. I’ve been looking forward to this time for a few months now, but I didn’t see the massive ditch in the road coming ahead and drove right into it. Moving into my Tiny without Annie girl is proving to take a decent sized toll on the stoke. Bear with me here, I’m trying to keep it real and positive.
In terms of this blog, I’m looking ahead to what it will become now that the designing and the building are all wrapped up. Once I’ve filled you all in on the build, I plan to keep you updated with the trials and tribulations of living tiny, including everyday adjustments and reviews of the products I chose to install. Another focus will be the adventuring that I get to do because of my Tiny. I hope you all stay tuned!
E (for now – keeping the faith 🐶)