Every time that you step onto a plane for the first time, you are venturing and exploring outside your comfort zone. Travelling is one of my favorite past times and I have been blessed with the abilities of travelling and visiting many countries.
1. Prioritize what really matters
Zoom out and look ahead. Cast your vision for the future. Time is your most finite resource. Do you like how you're spending it? Travelling has taught me to analyze where I spend my time and focus on what I actually want.
Start by visualizing your ideal self!
2. Self confidence? Take risks and try new things
You may feel intimidated by the prospect of embarking on a journey of self-discovery. Even planning a trip is scary before entering the airport. it's helpful to start small and gradually build from there. Plan ahead for challenges. Consider how you will face them.
3. Traveling Forces Improved Independence
You're in a land you've never been before, even if you are just in a new city. When we travel, we learn to fend for ourselves because we often don’t know any of the people around us. Independent travel means that you are on your own. But to me that is half the fun- planning your your own accommodation, transport and itinerary
4. You learn patience and compassion
How often were we sitting on a street corner, bulging suitcase at our feet, studying a map upside down, too overwhelmed to look up? Being kind is normal human nature, The virtue of patience is the ability to give another your time with love instead of frustration. It's a way for you to be compassionate.
5. Learn a different view of your material possessions
"Own only what you can always carry with you: know languages, know countries, know people. Let your memory be your travel bag" - Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
I noticed that the joys in my life when I travelled. I didn’t have to buy stuff anymore. I appreciated it and could be just as satisfied as I used to be I wanted to buy. I now have a new respect for simplicity
6. Spend time accessing your relationships
There are ways to promote supportive relationships, and you can take a break at any time. When you're wondering how do you assess the present state of your relationship, doing relationship assessments can provide insights.
7. Horn on your passions and the skills you do best
During our journey, we experience life in different ways. Whether is it photography, slow cuisine, new languages, philanthropic causes, or travel itself, we find new interests in new territories.