i want to go back home
Live simply – don’t complicate it.
You’ll be forced out of your comfort zone.
Do not waste your youth being stuck in your comfort zone. Anything is possible if you put your mind, heart, and soul in everything that you do.
Although I’m usually driven by a burst of energy and excitement when I decide to start over in a new place, I also enter a state of mourning for the old life I’m leaving behind, which in turn becomes a self-driven guilt trip for my own miseries.
The butterflies that I get in my stomach when I wake up in a new city are the same butterflies I used to get when I would see you enter a room.
The reserved girl that was never quite sure of herself will always be there; I will always deeply appreciate her. But I am ready to challenge myself, to work hard, to travel, and to achieve.
We travel to awaken. We travel to love. We travel for mankind.
Practice accepting that you’re not home, that nothing goes the way you’re used to, and get really good at catching the next fun curveball that comes your way…
Solo travel offered me a freedom to just be. I could engage with small talk if I chose to or hide away in my own thoughts.