Spring Cleaning: Open your Doors.

“Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors for you where there were only walls”

– Joseph Campell

It’s April, which means Spring is here (well in the states at least).  I’ve found myself going through a pseudo “spring cleaning” phase here in Vietnam, despite the oppressive heat.  Spring cleaning is a right of passage I’ve always enjoyed as a time to reevaluate, reorganize, and reprioritize the various aspects of my life.  Therefore, dare to take the time to look for love, vitality, and inspiration in the most unexpected places.

Life’s surprises hide behind the most unexpected doors.  A look at some the doors in my life in Asia and beyond.  You never know what you’ll find.

Le Fenetre Soleil, Ho Chi Minh City.

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Cu Chi Tunnels, Vietnam

Forbidden Palace: Hue, Vietnam

Luang Prabang, Laos

Sonoma Vinyards, California

Moeraki boulders, New Zealand

Otago Rail Trail, New Zealand

Mekong Delta, Vietnam

Carmel, California

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About aweinfur

Learning and Organizational Change graduate student at Northwestern University. Yogi. Happy.
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1 Response to Spring Cleaning: Open your Doors.

  1. great post andee, the pictures are all so beautiful!

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