It is extremely hard to start things. When you finally start something, it is extremely hard to share them. This is exactly how I feel about Unknown Territory.
To work my way around this I have decided to view this as an experiment. As with any experiment different aspects are subject to change, fixing, and improving upon. External and internal review is part of the journey, but it doesn’t mean I can’t share my findings.
Along those lines, I chose the title of “Unknown Territory” for several reasons. The most obvious of these is the fact that I am a traveler, thus I often find myself in unknown places. Another, personal, example of diving into the “unknown” for me is working as a digital nomad, and setting up a website. To live to the fullest is go and check out the unknown in the world.
Often times I think the word unknown brings to mind frightening things, and I have found many quotes that point this out such as Cornelia Funke from her book Inkheart, “Nothing is more frightening than a fear you cannot name.” On the other hand, I like to think that some fear is good for you, that it gives you an opportunity learn and find moments that inspire more than anything else.
My wish here is to not only share my own experiences of the unknown but hear each others stories as well.