Beyond Boundaries

“We all have the same 24 hours in a day, now what you do with them is your choice”

Beyond Boundaries is all about getting out there and doing what you love, doing whatever makes you happy!

Something To Explore

Every journey starts with someone exploring something

For My Body
For My Body

Running / Swimming / Martial Arts or simply Moving... I open this section to find new ways to improve and try new stuff along the way.

For My Mind
For My Mind

Here is where things really start to make a difference, this section is for the mind and the journey to improve.

Just For Fun
Just For Fun

Perhaps the most fun section in this blog, expect everything from traveling and all the way to extreme sport and challenging stuff.

“Why fit in when you were born to stand out?” – Dr. Seuss

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Comfort Zone Check – Challenge - Thinking

Comfort Zone Check – Challenge

I know that most people won’t do it, it's not in their comfort zone, even though they have the chance and they could benefit from the result...
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I think I got my morning routine all figured out. I wake up at 05:30-06:00 and just start checking off all of my habits one

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By Jeremy Collins

Shivering in a cave beneath Mount Fitz Roy in Patagonia, artist and rock climber Jeremy Collins had an intense and anxious vision, both geographic and artistic, about this life and what he was doing with it. As a result, he left Argentina and commenced on a four-year journey that took him in the four cardinal directions from his home in Kansas City–north, south, east, west–to create art in the wild, climb new routes, and live out his own map.