You often hear the quote, ‘Travel far enough that you meet yourself’, but what does this mean? Well, the more you travel and discover the world around you, the more you also learn about yourself! However, something this quote doesn’t speak to is that it doesn’t matter where you are going, it’s about the experience you have, not the destination that has transformative qualities. Essentially, you don’t need to go across the world to have amazing travel experiences. Continue reading
Life isn’t perfect. As much as you might plan ahead when travelling or in your everyday life, sometimes you just have to roll with the punches.
This can be a hard thing to grasp because we might have this visualization in our heads on how things should turn out to be and when that doesn’t come into fruition, it can be hard to accept. It is important to keep in mind, it’s not about the plan, rather it’s about how you turn setbacks or Plan A not working out into opportunities. Continue reading
Often in travel, everything is fast paced – running from site to site to see as much you can in such a little amount of time, but in reality we need to take time for ourselves and just sit back, relax, and take it all in. Slowing your pulse, immersing yourself into the sights, smells, and sounds will allow you to experience more, and not less, in your travels. Continue reading
It’s important to keep an open mind while travelling to allow for personal growth. Keeping an open mind allows you to be creative, think differently, and be accepting of different cultures as well as new experiences. Continue reading
Travel is something we all look forward to. It’s what gets us through those long hours at work, stimulates our imagination, and offers an escape from ordinary life. Travel and ordinary life, however, are less different and separate from one another than you might think. The two are actually extremely interconnected and similar. Think about it. What do you do in your everyday life?