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Master travelling the world

Master travelling the world

What is travelling?

Being cultural in a chosen country? Being rich & living like a queen/king for a year? Going to beaches everyday? Not working? Going drinking every night? Or taking photos of everything?

Travel isn’t about money and you don’t need to be rich to see the world!

Travelling will be whatever YOU decide to make it.

✿❀ Travel for your soul ❀✿

Let go of your worries, your responsibilities and your ego, just go with it. Go somewhere unknown within yourself, and then you will find yourself.

Get lost.

Let everyday be a day to loose yourself and a day to find yourself.

So, no, travelling is about nothing else apart from your own feet that hold you up and the earth with which we (us humans) get to roam around. Respect that shit.

I personally would tell every person i could to get out there, do something, find something and never stop.

Why stop?

Why do you HAVE to go back home? Because home is comfort? Because its what you know? Because all your dreams and plans sit along side home?

Home is you, you are your home, take your life in whatever direction you want by choosing to make that decision.

※Personally – for the young travelers, I believe its a journey to find our own paths and journeys, never forgetting our roots but never letting our roots determine who we are. We are so much more than; what you would say ‘home’ is. You’re a whole little magic person that has been taught & loved by the best (back home) & now its your turn to venture out into the wild and create yourself into everything you’ve ever dreamed of being. Give yourself permission to be all that you truly are.※

How to master travelling the world ※

There really is no secret. Just a few tips –

⁂Don’t plan but think ahead – Don’t book and plan, things change, plans change, opinions change, this is a buster on how you loose money whilst travelling. Think ahead so you have a rough guide of where you could go, what you could do next and how much $$$ you got to spend.

⁂Work in another country – You don’t have to go back home to earn money. Whats the difference working your same job in another country – or even something different and new!! Hospitality is a massive friend when it comes to travelling, there is always work in hospitality – wherever you are!! For me, there has been times where i would loose out on money getting back to the UK just to work & earn money, to then leave again. Its so easy nowadays to earn money online and freelancing, this is great pocket money whilst your on the road. 

⁂Friends – Friends are great, they’re awesome, whether they are yours or mine. Everybody loves friends. Travelling you will meet the most wonderful people of the earth and the craziest – Embrace them all, love them all. Knowing a friend or two in each country is a dream. Not only do you have someones sofa to crash on and someones beans & bread to steal but you get an awesome fellow earthling friend to hang out with and go on adventures.

⁂Let it be – Let everything just be, how it is. Everything will happen the way its supposed to happen and that is completely ok. There is always tomorrow. Say yes.

 



23 thoughts on “Master travelling the world”

  • I completely agree, travel is whatever you decide to make it and can include whatever you want to! I find the best moments of travels when we are spontaneous and quite often the most memorable moments are when things go wrong or not according to plan! Helps us grow as people, travellers and as a couple!

  • A perfect post for those who are willing to travel but haven’t been able to make up their mind. I remember having started traveling by reading a similarly inspiring blog post! Thanks for the post and I hope it inspires people to travel and unwind!

  • Such a beautiful & inspirational post, thank you for sharing! I agree, we all need to learn to say yes more and not be afraid of the unknown!

  • Such an inspirational and thoughtful post. I think travel is whatever is in your heart – whether that’s exploring your local area or going miles away for adventures I think if you love to experience the world travelling will always be in your soul!

  • Important thing to tell to a lot of travelers: respect places you travel to, learn other cultures, learn how to get back. Travel is not magic that will change who you are. it makes you more open minded, more aware. It’s up to the traveler how he uses this new learned lessons to benefit yourself, and especially the people around you.

  • Important thing to tell to a lot of travelers: respect places you travel to, learn other cultures, learn how to get back. Travel is not magic that will change who you are. it makes you more open minded, more aware. It’s up to the traveler how he uses this new learned lessons to benefit yourself, and especially the people around you.

  • Simply love your post, very inspiring , “LET EVERYDAY BE A DAY TO LOOSE YOURSELF AND A DAY TO FIND YOURSELF.”, its so appropriate. I always feel Travel detoxify your brain from all negative things :).

  • Totally agreed. Its not always easy to take the first step but once you do, it changes your life. I myself am balancing work and travel at the moment because my passport does not allow me to take Working Holiday Visa but I am slowly working towards building a portfolio so that i can travel and work 🙂

  • Totally agree with you. One thing we always tell people is that it’s not about the places you go, it’s the people you meet along the way. Make sure you’re exchanging phone numbers and/or social media information. You never know where you’re journey may bring you, and you just might end up in the same place at the same time.

  • You have described travelling perfectly. You’re absolutely right, you don’t need to be rich to travel. I believe it’s making memories, seeing the world and meeting people is more worthwhile. : )

  • This is great advice. Friends around the world have always been a saviour for me and the more you travel, the more lovely people you meet to help the community. Nice article!

  • That’s so true, I met great friends during my travel. I left my home country 10 years ago and I’m not ready to go home yet 😊 I’m looking for my next destination

  • I really enjoyed this post, I’m leaving the uk in November with no return date or plans. But I have never felt more calm about anything, home is where I feel like I belong at that moment in time.

  • You are right. There is actually no real secret to mastering the art of traveling the world. I like the idea of letting it be, and let things fall in place. Cheers!!

  • This is so inspiring !! I am going to come back to this blog everytime I need some inspiration to get out on the road or if something holds me back ! Thanks for this !

  • Totally agree with you. One thing we always tell people is that it’s not about the places you go, it’s the people you meet along the way. Make sure you’re exchanging phone numbers and/or social media information. You never know where you’re journey may bring you, and you just might end up in the same place at the same time.

  • Hi there ! I agree with you, there is no set formula for this, you gotta listen to your heart and move on. Being a nomad has wonderful advantages and a few disadvantages too. Constantly changing one’s location is challenging at times, so thanks a ton for your meaningful tips to conquer such feelings which pulls you back.

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