We all have that adventurous, globetrotting friend or family member. The explorer. The jet-setter. The person who views traveling to new places as a top priority in life.
With fewer distractions, you can fully detach and let your surroundings sink in.
We’re fluid creatures who need change, whether we like it or not, and if you’ve been stagnant for a while, it might be time to make a big move.
Having a stable income, being able to settle down with a family, raising your kids, getting together with friends on the weekend, and having a place to call home — these are all things I vie for but don’t get because of how often I travel.
I learned that the America I live in, the United States, is a country longing to connect – to feel whole and undivided.
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.