Growing up, I was the kid who always played it safe, and Greg was the kid who took every risk. While both approaches have their benefits and drawbacks, one of our biggest strengths as a couple is that together we create a healthy balance of stability and spontaneity.
In December of 2015, stability was no longer healthy so we chose spontaneity. Greg and I left our life in California to travel the world.
Over the next year and a half we had the adventure of a lifetime. We ate pastries in Paris, drank with the locals in Spain, trekked through the Sahara desert in Morocco, toured skyscrapers in Dubai, and explored the subcontinent of India.
Traveling the world with nothing but two backpacks taught us a lot about ourselves, a lot about the world, and a lot about each other. We both agree it was one of the best decisions we ever made.
Like many good things though, traveling also has an end. While it may sound great to travel the world forever, we both have other goals and lifestyles that we want to pursue as well.
Our next adventure involves moving to Austin, Texas. We’re testing the waters in a new city with new career goals; Greg as a film-maker, and myself as a Real Estate Agent.
Having experienced both the intensity of a 6-day corporate grind and the flexibility of having no work obligations, our goal is to create a healthy balance somewhere in the middle.
�We’re incredibly excited about our next chapter, and can’t wait to see what the future holds.