Ask me 6 months ago if I could change something about myself, I would have told you I wanted to be less risk averse. I wanted my gut reactions to be "hell yes, let's do it!", but instead I would subtly be afraid. That reaction subtly shaped the way I thought: That little pit of fear you don't notice that leads to rationalizations like "I'm too tired to go out" when taking advantage of those opportunities is precisely what a full life is made of.
The photos you see here were taken today. I remember last year seeing the cliffs in this photo and telling myself I would surely never ski them.
I hiked up there and skied down them today, and it was actually pretty easy. Let's get out there and do stuff!