Traveling is a huge part of my past and that it has shaped me into the person I am today. But – there are those days when everything seems to go wrong, days when I’m almost ready to throw in my travel towel and scream that I hate traveling. Sometimes, traveling just kind of sucks.
Put aside your checklists and step away from the travel guides. Packing too much into a limited time period can be stressful and allow little time to encounter the true treasures of your destination. Slow down, keep your schedule to a minimum, take mental breaks and open yourself to new, unplanned opportunities.
Anxiety in any form can be overwhelming and exhausting. Traveling is no exception. Let’s take a look at a few healthy, effective ways to deal with travel anxiety and how to keep following a path to fulfilling your wanderlust.
Travel-themed apps are the unrivaled hero of fun, creative technology: They help us travel safer, smarter, quicker, easier and cheaper — and who doesn’t want to lighten their load of travel stress?
Planning your first trip as a solo female can be daunting! Loneliness, safety and boredom are common, valid fears when traveling alone. But solo female travel can also be the most liberating, exciting, and inspiring gift you can give yourself. To ease your worries, here’s my advice for planning your first solo female travel experience.
Spending time in the Abel Tasman in New Zealand’s stunning South Island is a song for the soul complete with kayaking, hiking and postcard-perfect sunsets.
After nearly ten years, I made it back to India! This time, I’m exploring north of Delhi, including the Himachal Pradesh and Utter Pradesh.
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