Explore, Dream, Discover

Hi guys! I hope you all had a nice summer and a cozy fall so far. I know it has been 2 months since my last post. I got caught up with work, adventurist weekends and so many photos with little time to blog, however I’ll be working on my blog since consistency is very important. I will step up my game and keep blogging about my taste in fashion, lifestyle and my wild heart adventures. As you guys probably saw on my last blog, I’ve been enjoying the outdoor world more than ever. Who would’ve thought? It may sound silly for a few people but the outdoor world and being an adventurist has given me a different perspective about life in so many ways including not only finding myself but also knowing what I want in my life.

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do”

This past summer I discovered what backpacking really means when my family and I decided to go camping in New Hampshire, again. Sorry not sorry but I love this state. I learned that backpacking can be described as an independent, often international, low-budget way of traveling.  Backpackers usually go for longer distances, seeing many different countries, cities and exploring different cultures. Some might make short hikes for a few days for personal growth or simply a short get away from the real world. The idea here is for whatever reason you do it, pack what’s necessary and most importantly, pack light. “The lighter the pack, the more enjoyable the journey”. I’m becoming a pro at this. 🙂

I was able to experience a few backpacking trips this past summer and now I would like to share a few photos with you all. Some photos you might have seen on my IG but here you guys can see more of my trip since I keep it very minimal on my other social media. I can’t wait to do more backpacking but across the country. Stay tuned for more of my wild heart adventures.

Thanks for reading!


P.S: Any suggestions on good hiking trails in the New England area? Please share below.

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