A lot of the world is intolerant of “otherness.” It doesn’t like different because different can be seen as challenging.
When my husband and I traveled the country for two years in our RV, we noticed something disturbing: the homogenization of America. Each town looked like it had been rubber-stamped: same chain restaurants, same chain stores, same everything. These manufactured town centers and housing developments all looked the same.
We thought it was gross. And we tried hard to find the mom & pop places. To discover the local watering holes. To find the unique, original, and different. It was really hard sometimes…and it was delightful.
It’s hard to be different in a world that seems to want everything to look, feel, taste, and sound the same [read: BLAND, BORING, PREDICTABLE].
I don’t want to live in a world like that. DO you?
If you know you’re different and are ready (and willing) to be seen as you are, I can help. PM me and let’s chat.