We all have people in our life who dismiss our goals, accomplishments, and dreams. They will try to give you a sense of reality and tell you “the whole story.” Don’t let these cynics get you down. Travel is a worthwhile goal. Better yet, it is one within reach!
To many people, travel seems perpetually out of reach. They are interested, but not willing to do what it takes to get themselves out the door. Don’t be one of those people! Want to take the first step toward a life of travel? Change your mindset!
We all want to travel, but sometimes there are too many obstacles. Here’s a little secret: there will never be the right time to travel. You will always have some reason to stay at home. You always be able to find an excuse as to why today just isn’t the right day. It’s time to stop making excuses and take the plunge – you won’t regret it!
Seeing the world is an incredible opportunity. But more than any sites or experiences, most travelers I talk to are really drawn to the sense of freedom and adventure — the endless possibilities. While you’re traveling, the days seem to hold limitless potential and opportunity. Who wouldn’t want that?
Five years is a long time to be on the road. I never thought I was going to travel this long. Yet here I am, still on the road. I’ve learned a ton during these past years, about myself and the world around me. Here are the highlights!
After my first trip to Thailand, I knew I wanted to travel. But it took time and money and planning to make that dream a reality. Was it easy? Absolutely not. But the best things in life never are.
Life is filled with strangers who shape our lives, both good and bad. All the people you meet leave a piece of themselves with you. And often you don’t realize it until much later on. More often than not, it’s the people – not the places – that shape us the most.
In this post, I share the stories from readers who travel. With my blog now turning three, I wanted to hear from members of the community. In their own words, they share why they felt travel was something they needed to do.
Sometimes I think “maybe I need a break.” Sometimes I feel like I’m over it all. Sometimes I’m just bored with travel. Then along comes something like this video and I am refreshed, renewed, and re-inspired all over again.
I’m not sure why, but there is this perception out there that anyone who travels long-term and isn’t interested in settling down or getting a conventional job must be running away from something. In this post, I explain what I’m running away from…
Travel makes for a great break when you are feeling low. Whether you take a weekend, a week, a month, or a year, just getting out and doing something different can recharge the batteries. The excitement, the fun, and the new places you see give you more energy and bring you back into focus.
You might wonder how I manage to travel and if I am holding something back. Am I leaving something out? What is my secret to escaping the cubicle and being a nomad? Did I win the lottery? Do I have a trust fund? There must be something that makes me so special. In this post, I finally spill the beans.