I noticed that in a lot of public situations where I’m alone, I instantly just get on my phone to not feel the “awkwardness.” The interesting thing is, physically being alone isn’t what makes me feel uncomfortable; it’s being perceived as lonely that does.
I didn’t go crazy when I arrived.
You learn to enjoy life day-by-day.
Here I am again, getting ready for another flight. I am ready to see more of the world. I am ready to be the fearless person I always aspired to be.
I wish someone had told me that in real life just because I’m going to a new place, my personality won’t take a 360-degree turn.
When you look at it from a wider perspective, the term wanderlust has slowly lost its meaning. Its value is nearly gone. If you look at it with a different lens, you’ll likely realize that your week by the pool in your designer bikini wasn’t wanderlust…it was a vacation.