Making more, not better, decisions

Korea is a top five decision for me, one of the five best decisions I’ve made in my life.

Thinking about what’s next, though, I’m wondering how I can top Korea. Maybe it’s just the competitiveness in me, but I’m already looking for how to make this next year beat this past year.

But then the part of me that likes to question begins to question, “Is that really how I should be thinking of experiences like this?”

I wonder if perhaps it’s not a matter of topping or beating or one-upping Korea but a matter of finding something else to pursue that’s equally as amazing without comparing them straight across.

Moving to Korea was one of the best decisions I’ve made. Maybe I shouldn’t think about making even better decision in the future. Maybe I should just think about making more decisions, like this one in scope but totally different in kind.

Or maybe just making more decisions, deciding and going.