Yes, you can live your best life!

Are you living your best life?

Posted on: August 3, 2018

Recently me and my husband went on a week long vacation. This vacation was quite interesting because it involved us driving in a car for hours at a time. Yep, just him and me; newlyweds alone in a car. I can’t remember who came up with this bright idea, but it was probably me because I’m the one who likes to step outside of the box and do wild adventurous things.

So early Saturday we headed out at 4am towards South Carolina to visit Myrtle Beach. The ride was long, but it was actually fun just being with him. With each new state we entered I tried to take a picture of the welcome sign. But, by the time we reached S.C. a storm had brewed up and there was no possible way to stop for a picture. We actually couldn’t brarely see the road. We ended up pulling over twice for safety purposes.

Eventually we made it to S.C. and our first stop was Relentless Church where John Gray is the pastor. Although parking was not to be desired the service was AMAZING! I’m really considering moving there one day so I can be a part of that church community.

After service we headed to the beach. It rained on and off, but overall the weather was good enough for us to experience the beach. We had the best time. We ate some good food, laughed often, felt the ocean, saw a pirate dinner show and I was even able to conquer my fear of riding in a helicopter. Yes, we totally we’re living our best lives while making memories.

Next we were off to Destin Beach. We left early again, hitting the road excited to see a different type of beach. The water at Destin was clearer and bluer. The sand was whiter. We stayed in a condo off of the beach, so our view everyday was postcard ready.

This vacation was amazing and it showed me that it’s okay to get away at times and experience some new things. Do some things you’ve never done. To actually live life. I appreciate the memories and all the things I was able to cross off my bucket list.

The time we were able to spend together as a couple was magical. I really believe it strengthen our fairly new marriage even more. All we had was each other to depend on out there on the road. If you’ve never taken a road trip I would suggest you do it. The scenery is amazing and it clears your head.

Learning to live your best life is not trying to mirror the life you see others living. Smile more. Laugh more. Show gratitude more. Just do you each and every day. So at the end of the day you can say…I’m happy!

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