6 New Experiences to Fuel Your Spring Transformation

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6 New Experiences to Fuel Your Spring Transformation
Get a few stamps:

The U.S. passport is good for 10 years and there’s nothing more rewarding than a well traveled passport. l Make a vow to experience some place new that issues stamps so that you can create a formal record of your experience. Some great and inexpensive places include Iceland, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico.

6 New Experiences to Fuel Your Spring Transformation
Burlesque dancing:

Yes, that’s right burlesque dancing. There is nothing sexier than you feeling your best and sexiest while getting in touch with your sensuality. Although it gets confused with more risqué performances it is more about the exaggerated parody of body movement and in it’s purest form is more about modesty. Burlesque dancing can be found in a number of local dance studios, and if requested I’m sure they would look into offering it. This type of dancing can be a moderately intense cardio workout, plus it’s not as core intensive as pole dancing and is great for every shape and size.

6 New Experiences to Fuel Your Spring Transformation
Exhilaration adventures:

Mindset is everything when it comes to adventures like this. Things like ziplining, skiing, snow tubing are great ways to get your adrenaline pumping plus, they push your physical limits in a healthy way. So why not add an exhilarating experience to your year by trying ziplining while traveling in the Caribbean or scuba diving off the Keyes, or taking a trip to the Poconos for a little snow tubing. You’ll see what all the hubbub is about.

6 New Experiences to Fuel Your Spring Transformation
Enjoy your family and experiences more:

We take thousands of pictures on our phone every year, but what happens to those pictures? It’s time to take those off your phone and computer and add them to your wall so you can relive the wonderful experience or the smiling family faces more often. Companies like Mixtiles will help you add more welcoming experiences and faces to your space so you can relive the awesome all year long.

6 New Experiences to Fuel Your Spring Transformation
Subscription Surprise Service

I don’t know about you, but it feels like Christmas when I get a package in the mail. And it feels even more Christmassy when I have no idea what’s in the package. With so many subscription services on the market, it makes it fun to try new products and styles you can add to your collection. Why not try an Artsnack (arts and crafts), Home Chef (cooking), CurlBox by Myleik Teele (beauty products), or Stitch Fix and RocksBox for fashion and accessories?

6 New Experiences to Fuel Your Spring Transformation
Underground pop-up dinner parties:

Pop-up dinner parties are happening all over the world right under your nose. Sometimes they are accompanied by a colorful and elaborate story about where the food originated or in tandem with an art class or makers experience. Companies like Dinner Lab (national), Hush (DC), and rogueApron (Atlanta) have been growing in popularity over the past few years. When you reserve your space you are notified of a secret pop-up location where you and others will gather to enjoy a meal created by anyone from a master chef to a mother cooking traditional fair in her apartment kitchen. Checkout www.eatwith.com for a few interesting and reasonable experiences to start.

As a new season begins we can’t help but start thinking about just how to harness the newness of the changing weather and the possibilities to start something new, complete something started, and continue our personal transformations.

In case you’re in need of a few inspirational ideas, we’ve put together a few you are welcome to try this season and beyond. With a focus on evolving your lifestyle, we have a little something here for everyone. And as we share this we welcome you to issue your own challenge to other readers by sharing a new experience you’ve vowed to try this year, or a suggestion for something you added to the beautiful quilting of your life.

Jamila Taylor

World traveler, strategic planner, stylist, and food enthusiast. Jamila loves to travel the world tasting new flavors, and exploring local cultures. When she's not traveling on her magic carpet she's helping small businesses through her boutique consulting firm, Enjoy the Day Consulting. Follow her travels @justjamila

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