Utah

This past year has been one of the best years of my life, but at the same time it has been one of the most challenging. I lost my job, started a new job in a new area, bought a house, moved, said goodbye to old acquaintances, and brought some new, amazing people into my world. Recently someone asked me what my hobbies are, and I explained that I don’t have hobbies, I have passions. My biggest passion, my outlet, is photography. Somewhere in the past year I let the stresses and changes in life get the best of me. My anxiety re-surfaced and I stopped taking photographs. 

We all need something in life we are passionate about. Whether its a person or a thing, passions are energy for our souls and give us drive. On my recent trip to Utah I came across the most challenging hike I’ve ever completed, saw some of the most beautiful endowments nature has to offer, but most importantly: time to self reflect and re-fuel my passion. The digital era in which we live is impressive, but nature is more than that. Nature is healing…