Today’s post is a more personal one. Sharing a little about my own everyday pilgrimage, I hope to shed some light on being lost – a feeling many of us experience once in a while.
Although rainy weather is probably not your first choice when venturing off in the wild with your backpack and tent, it doesn’t have to stop you from going!
Wouldn’t it be amazing, if you could have a full-blown pilgrimage experience without spending a lot of money and time? It would be, right? The greatest thing is, it’s possible! In this article I’ll tell you all about what a micropilgrimage is and how to plan one. I also created a micropilgrimage worksheet, so you can start straight away!
Although many European countries are easing the restrictions, you might’ve decided to move your pilgrimage or long distance hike a little further into the future (as did I). Yes, it isn’t fun but the good thing is that now you’ll have more time to train! This is a refreshed version of an article I posted back in 2018, and it’ll revolve all around getting yourself ready to hike 20k a day (or more).
As we’re required to retreat inside more often, moments of quiet occur more naturally. When there is silence, there is space for listening. As of late, I prefer listening to podcasts over watching series, as they tend to excite me more in the long run. If you’re looking to nourish your mind, here are some of my favourite talks: