The trouble with being a baby boomer with a history of strong opinions is, as I grow older, I’m opening more doors formerly labeled “not me” and breaking my self-created rules. This afternoon while bicycling I composed a list of actions I said I’d never do, but did.
Have you ever wondered why some people push their lives to their limits while others prefer routine and predictability?
I used to watch Evel Knievel doing one of his impossible motorcycle jumps or hear someone’s story about skydiving or bungee jumping and say, “No way! I’m not an adrenalin junkie.”
Rebellion is expected from teenagers, but not from mature adults.
But is it okay for adults to rebel when life’s not working?
I’ve recently discovered that it’s a valuable tactic for tearing down conventional walls and expanding the possibilities for solving life’s problems. Let me explain.