The proverb, curiosity killed the cat, holds a different meaning to me than its intended purpose.
In a nutshell, “Curiosity killed the cat” is a proverb used to warn of the dangers of unnecessary investigation or experimentation.
For me, I always thought it was the curiosity of not knowing something that kills you. The yearning and desire to try something or take a leap and never fulfilling it, to me, leads to regret, and in the end, the regret you have is what kills you.
After speaking to many people, my interpretation seems to be incorrect, but you know what, I think it’s a much better outlook on life.
And that’s how I hope to live my life and share it with you all on my blog, That Girl from Sydney.
Here you’ll find everything from recipes to opinion pieces, make up reviews to nonfiction essays and more.
So come with me on this adventure called life, with as much curiosity as possible.