Traveling gives us the opportunity to explore the world and meet new people. It encourages and inspires us to see the beauty in everything and everyone around us, and most importantly, it helps us grow in knowledge, values, and experiences.
Here are 12 life lessons that traveling has taught me.
Extroverts are seen as loud, gregarious, socially activate people who always enjoy parties and being part of the crowd and you will surely meet a lot of them when you travel. While that may be true, but that is not the true meaning of extroversion. Basically, an extrovert is a person who is energized by being around other people and being alone for a period of time tickles their restless bone. This is the opposite of an introvert who is energized by being alone. To be honest, I feel like extroverts are misunderstood and get bad reputation just because we are more expressive compared to the introverts. Here are some of the things that people are constantly assuming about the extroverts.
Hey hunnies! One of our friends, Erica Robinson and I have been DMing each other via Twitter and thought I’d write something about one of our topics. I know it’s not travel related but I wrote this during one of my trips and I figured I’d share my take on it.
*** Hey hunnies! I received an email from one of our friends, Brenda Medina asking about how I managed to overcome depression. It is a sensitive subject and lots of people do not feel comfortable opening up straight away. But that’s exactly the point of this post – a friendly talk about failures, committing mistakes, and how not to succumb to such negative thoughts. On my recent travel, I managed to sit down, reflect, and was able to write about it. Yes, I always carry a notebook with me whenever I travel so I can write things whenever I get inspired. I hope you find this helpful. ❤️