You wake up and you go to sleep and everything in between resembles the day before. It’s not boring, exactly. But it’s safe.
You have trouble making big life decisions. You don’t want to be chained to one place.
To have fun overseas while my family is hard at work. It’s the kind of homesickness that doesn’t leave after a good Skype session. It only makes you want to go home and hug everyone very, very tightly.
But today is today. You’re beginning to wake up.
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.
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.
Following the lives of powerful and inspiring women – for the ladies, from the ladies – this list includes some of today’s best travel films guaranteed to motivate women from all over the world to hit the road and chase their dreams.
What we almost always forget is that it takes money to travel.
First and foremost, I have learned and still continue to learn “how to travel” every time I step foot somewhere rather than my home state Michigan.
Pack light and get out of your comfort zone. It will change you and open your mind.