Working Toward “Wild”

Working Toward “Wild”

Written by   •   Appears in National Geographic's Intelligent Travel

There are people who, if dropped in the middle of the woods, would see nothing but the glory of the forest, the colors in the foliage, and the beauty of the ground beneath their feet.

I’m not one of those people.

Drop me off in the woods, and my first instinct would be to chase your car as you leave. Then I might fall on my knees asking what I had done to deserve this torture.

Cheryl Strayed I am not.

But as is often the case with things I thought were better off avoided (scrambled eggs, classes at the gym, winter activities…), rethinking my old ways led to an epiphany.

Read more at National Geographic

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