Going Out More Often

Ahhhh sweet summertime is just around the corner! 🌺 Now I know we all need some R&R from time to time, but too much Netflix and couch-potatoing isn’t good either.

Today I’d like to talk to you about the GOMO project: Going Out More Often. I think we can all agree that money spent on experiences is far more gratifying, rewarding, and lasting than material goods. Going out can provide lasting memories and enriching experiences. Life is a vapor. It’s important to make the most out of it and to soak it up.

A really cool company called Eventbrite reached out to me regarding their GOMO movement. Their site allows you to not only find local events in your area, but to also create your own and even sell tickets. Definitely an amazing concept. I recommend taking advantage of their site by seeing what events are going on near you this summer!

So, with all that being said, how do I plan on living eventfully this summer? Even though I’ll be working, that won’t stop me from going out more often. I’m all about eating at new local restaurants, checking out outdoor markets, and being spontaneous. You’d be surprised with how much is going on in your community.

In June, I plan on attending a Phil Whickam concert (which I am unbelievably stoked for). In early September, the hubs and I are going to St. Lucia! 🌴🍍 The rest of our summer is still up in the air, but I’ll definitely be using Eventbrite  to discover what else is going on.

Let’s make this summer rich with flavorful and colorful experiences! Grab your camera, go outside, find a local adventure, and create a fabulous summer for yourself!

Author: Julia

My name is Julia and my name means "youthful." I believe in imagination. I believe in spontaneous adventures, even if they are small. Here at The Youthful Home, we love a big cup of green tea, a white sundress, home cooking, and a whole lot of Jesus. We invite likeminded friends to visit and stay awhile. Welcome to The Youthful Home.

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