If you were once one of the little dirty and muddy kids playing around the streets almost all afternoon on summer days, you surely will miss the ambiance and the laughter’s once you get yourself a career to take on seriously.
Most young professionals focus on their taken career path away from their home town, most of the time. And to some point they become alienated from their own grown up place. If you are one of those professionals living in the city working on a better career for yourself and your future family, who take most of his time facing office desktops making reports and analyzing business structures, and have gone out of the talks of your own hometown, here are tips on how you would once again know more things about your home town.
Here are tips to help you get lost in your own place:
Take a day off or a leave from work – Primarily you have lost time to spend by your own to relax and just chill out because of the hectic schedule you have at work or on how demanding the job you have, so plan on a day or simply pick a day to spend out of your workstations. Remember to pick a date you think is a not so busy day at your office, do not compromise you work.
Do not bring with you your phone – Just like the old times, when you only know about the street games and gadgets are only a product of imagination yet, do not bring your phone once you decided to get lost in your own place. Remember you are to get to know the place you grown up on once again. So keep it simple and get in your pair of sleepers.
Do not plan – Whether you will spend the day or two with your family exploring your neighborhood or you’ll have it alone, be random and do not plan. The fun is on the unplanned things that just happened. Just embrace and enjoy whatever is in their when you first step out of your home.
Take your time – Take your time in conversing to people close to you once you were a little kid. Share your smiles and your own experiences while away from each other. Take time to go around and look on the places you once were playing and roaming at. Expect changes and new other things in your neighborhood. Walk around if possible.
If you had the time and the willingness, surely you can make things happen. Get lost and be found. Get to know your own place in a new and different way!