I hope everyone is having a great holiday season!
Over the summer, I was fortunate enough to take a trip with a travel company called “Moondance Adventures.” Moondance coordinates summer trips to some of the most awe-inspiring places all around the world that teens are able to participate in. I took a Moondance trip to Belize and Costa Rica, and I am planning to visit Spain and Morocco with the company next summer. Recently, Moondance began a blog called, “Unplugged”. The name originates from one of the many features that makes their trips so unique…no technology!! One of the many blessings is that everyone is completely unplugged from life back at home, encouraging teens to constantly “live in the moment” on their trips.
Living in the moment is probably one of the most memorable lessons I took away from the incredible experience. I struggle with this notion in my everyday life, but Moondance really helped me gain a better understanding of the importance of this. You may be asking yourself, “how does this relate to The Seraphine Project?” Well, this is also one of the many concepts that my friends in Africa have taught me. They are all so fantastic at being their best-self in the exact moment they are in. Not worrying about what is happening tomorrow or month away. Simply focused on being present. I feel so blessed to be able to learn and gain such an abundance of knowledge from both the girls, as well as from the Moondance experience.
I feel so honored to share that I have been featured on the new Moondance blog representing The Seraphine Project in their most recent post, “the season of giving.” I will share the link below if ya’ll would like to read more.
Happy holidays and wishing everyone a wonderful new year spent with family and friends!!