Travel is one of the most exciting, interesting, and learning experiences a person can do in their lifetime. It makes you a far more well adjusted person. But spending extended time on the road has its ups and downs. It’s not all rainbows and unicorns (but it mostly is!). Below you will find all my advice on how to be prepared for life on the road and all the emotions that go into planning a trip.
Here are 14 ways to be prepared for any mishaps, disasters, or accidents that may happen when you go traveling around the world. By following a few simple tips, you’ll be prepared for anything and never let misfortune ruin your trip.
You learn a lot of lessons the hard way. These are twelve pieces of advice I’d tell any new traveler before they set out on the open road to avoid my mistakes, save money, and have an awesome time. This post will give you timeless tips to ease your mind.
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when planning a trip around the world. There’s so much information to digest. But there are easy ways to overcome that feeling and feel like only excitement about your trip. Here’s how.
A lot of people fear traveling alone because they think solo travel means alone travel. That’s simply untrue. You’ll meet a lot of people. Here is my advice on meeting people if you are an introvert like me.
Not everyone is going to support you and their naysaying can make you second guess your decision to travel. Here is advice on how to deal with those friends and family who get you down and get them on board with your plans.
Getting travel “right” is something a lot of beginner travelers worry about. I say there is no right answer to traveling and letting go, let’s you enjoy the moment a lot more.
We all make mistakes, even seasoned travelers like myself. What separates expert travelers from everyone else is how you deal with those mistakes. If you let them weigh you down, you’ll never grow as a traveler.
Coming back home does not mean you failed in your attempt to travel the world. It’s better go and try than never go at all since no matter how long you travel, you’ll come back knowing a bit more about yourself.