Good question. What would I do? hmmm. I would set a week aside and get down to the bare essentials. Live simply. The less you have, the less there is to worry about.
Since I would be so carefree after ridding myself all of that baggage and expense, I would take my kids on the longest road trip ever. I would stop to see everything! From the Carlsbad Caverns to the largest ball of yarn in the world. I want to go up through Canada, throughout the state of Alaska, and all the way over and down the whole east coast and back again! Wouldn't it be great to homeschool your kids by hitting the road and actually showing them everything they are seeing in the books?
If I had no fear, I would dive in to photography and just go for it! And I've always wanted to design a line of children's clothing from vintage material. Okay, I could go on and on! There are so many things I think I would do if "fear of failure" and the limits of time (and money), were not a factor.
I think when it comes down to it, I wouldn't be truly satisfied if my life wasn't centered around recognizing my spiritual need, and making sure I live an honorable life. Keep it simple. This summer my main goal will be to get back to basics! I don't think fear will be holding me back from that, hugh?