Before you go into this one… now that I’m back I’ve been beginning to pick up again on projects I had previously started. Two of those projects were other blogs that I may have mentioned at some point. Anyway, this post is actually the first post to my beer blog that I want to get off the ground. I’m big into trying new drinks and want to have a writing outlet for it. Instead of posting tons of articles on beer and breweries on this site I’m going to be covering all things related to beer on the other one. If that’s something you’re into go ahead and check that out here —-> PabloVsBeer.com
I’m drinking as I type this.
I get a little bit more confident. A little bit more cocky. A little bit too comfortable sometimes but it’s effective.
Am I really saying to live life like you’re drunk though?
In a way yes.
Maybe not drunk, but that stage right before you’re full-blown inebriated.
At this point life becomes magical for a lot of people.
It’s that stage where just a little nudge has enough of an influence to do something stupid.
I’m sure many of you are familiar with this.
You have the confidence to talk to that one person, make that one phone call or do that one stupid thing.
It’s liquid courage.
Now all of those situations may not lead to the best results and they may not always be the best idea…
But hey, you did something.
Sometimes that little something is all you need for something greater to come along or for that discussion to finally happen.
At this point in my life, especially when I travel, whenever I come to a point where I’m hesitant about a decision I ask myself two things:
1. If I had a couple of beers would I do it?
2. Will this make for some type of memorable story?
It sounds a bit reckless and can be, but I’m still here, alive, and I have some stories to tell.
It was this thinking that had me forcing myself on my first backpacking trip.
It was this curiosity that had me translating a cocaine deal.
It was this bold decision to spend an evening hanging out with the son of one of Cancun’s founders and end up drinking with him, random businessmen and some.. um… call girls. (it was just drinks, nothing happened!) haha
A lot of my stories start with me drinking a beer. A lot of other stories start off without the alcohol.
All I’m trying to say is take a chance every now and again. Do something you wouldn’t normally do, talk to somebody you wouldn’t typically talk to and say yes more times than you say no. <—Tweet this
I’m not suggesting to get hammered drunk, I’m just suggesting to try to live a little. ;)
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