Mike Hrostoski is a 30 year old adventurer, yoga teacher, life coach, writer and full-time traveler. He writes a blog called Adventures in Personal Development and lives life on purpose every day.
David Hrostoski is an 18 year old singer/songwriter, attraction/confidence coach, and student at the University of Arizona. He’s “18 going on 30″ as he’s grown up around people much older than him all his life.
Yes, we are full brothers and we are each other’s only sibling.
WHAT WE DID LAST SUMMER
Last summer our mother unexpectedly passed away and we embarked on a three and a half week long road trip across North America to honor and celebrate her life. We drove 4100 miles, spread her ashes in 40 memorable locations, and made this documentary about the adventure.
This summer we are dedicating a full three months of our lives to be in the service of others and we are fully motivated to use everything we know to help as many people as possible along the way.
HOW ARE WE GOING TO HELP PEOPLE?
It is our intent to experience the full spectrum of volunteer service this summer. We are prepared and capable of doing everything from high level strategic and marketing work with non profits and small businesses to manual labor on highways and farms.
By nature we are healers. We love to help people and we are good at it. Ultimately, we want to help every individual that we encounter to become better versions of themselves.
WHY ARE WE DOING THIS?
We recently asked dozens of people the following question: “What would you do if money wasn’t an issue?” The three responses we got the most frequently were:
2. Spend time with family
A Summer To Serve hits on all these of these major buckets in an epic way. With our mother’s recent passing, we realize that we only have so much time to pursue our dreams and do things that make us happy.
We have no idea what we’re getting ourselves into, but we fully believe that if something scares you, you should do it. So we are.