Am I Crazy for Doing This?

A Self Discovery Path

My daughter came back from college for the summer and I realized, oh my god, a year has freaking passed and I’ve done nothing. What am I doing? I don’t know what to do with myself. So I’m thinking maybe I should start a vlog to document my path to self discovery. I need go travel, make videos, and actually work on my craft and stop wasting away my life.

Sarah Woodward in a waterfall.

My Realization

I can list a million ways how I am not myself but when you ask me who I am – I don’t know that answer. There is a huge part of me that just wants to
sell everything I own, keep only a camera, and go travel with bare-minimum supplies. I want to tell stories, show the beauty of the world, and take the time to really reflect on who I am. Start writing the story I want for myself rather than allowing someone else to write the store for me.

Sarah Woodward thinking real hard.

Taking Responsibility

I just want to feel alive! So, I’m hoping into my car with only a four hundred dollars. The purpose of this road trip is to explore happiness. My only full-time companion will be my cameras and a backpack. I’ve been selling off my belongings to fund this adventure – I don’t really have money-this is a leap of faith! My main goal is to recenter and balance myself. I’ve been in survival mode for far too long. This shift is me breaking out of it that rut.

Don’t Let Fear Hold You Back!

I’m going to get inspired and I hope through the content I produce, I will inspire you as well. Go out do what you want to do in life. Take risks don’t let fear hold you back!

You Want More?

I post all my videos on the website. Watch more by clicking here. Next time you see me I’ll be on my way to Northern California.

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Sarah Woodward is an edgy multi-media artist who thrives on thinking outside of the box. She is known for her quick-cut editing style and an eye for detail. Sarah focuses her inspiration on the eccentricities of real life. She prefers to tell the story of humanity showing that real life can be more visually interesting than anything fiction.

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