Открыли «катательный» сезон в этом году ❤️
Traveling solo through Southeast Asia for 5 weeks has resulted in a lot self-reflecting. After traveling to over 50 counties across 5 continents by the age of 32, I always prided myself on being jet-set. It wasn’t until this trip that I finally realized that much of my time abroad over the years has been a form of escape and avoidance. You can’t run from your problems - wherever you go, there you are. I’ve learned a lot about myself and some important life lessons during these weeks away, and I’m very grateful.
Are you likely to stop and forget about a schedule staying open to l listen to the music 🎶 You May have a perceiving travel trait.
"Im coming to this world not to work. I want to come to this world to enjoy my life. I don't want to die in my office, I want to die on the beaches" - Jack Ma
Do what makes you happy.
Don't care what others think
People say I'm lucky etc about working abroard but travelling is hard. Especially on your own. It's stressful. Things go wrong. I've missed trains and buses, lost money or my phone. But I happens. Travelling alone means you have to sacrifice time with loved ones and friends. For a long time. I miss alot of people now. Some days you feel lonely and sad. But I wouldn't change it. All these negatives makes the whole experience that much more exhilarating.
I urge you to travel. It's far cheaper than before and the experiences you get and the people meet will stay with you forever.
2018 will be another good year.