Beep! Beep! Beep! Kwasi, looked at her alarm clock! It was 8:00am! Time to get going.
Her flight was for 10:00am. The excitement and sadness were collectively sited within side by side. It was finally the day of the long- awaited trip. Kwasi dashed into the bathroom and took her brush and just before she started brushing. Tears rolled out uncontrollably down her round rosy cheeks. All her life, she had never traveled out of the country before.
The new (s) experiences gave her a lot of worries and anxieties, joy and excitement. On a second thought, she had reminiscence her weekend hang-out with her girl friends and colleagues. ‘Oh well! I think, I would just be fine she whispered with an ounce of dopamine. My travel adventures begin! (she said) Drip!! Drop!! The water dropped.
It’s a wide world of crispy colors, wonder and discoveries. Traveling is a tool that brightens and expands your mind. Now, let’s do a quick test, close your eyes.
Imagine you’re given the opportunity to travel to your favorite destination in the world. Eiffel Tower in Paris, Pyramids of Giza, Egypt or the Great wall of China. Fast forward to the day of your departure how would you feel? Excited, Bubble of adrenaline? Ready to explore!
In traveling, what you should be interested in is creating and planning effective transition from one space to another. Amidst the desire to travel, you want to create your traveling schedule in a way that appeals to your personal goals, work and the new environment by researching, observing and gathering information.
Central to your traveling schedule, it is important you’re mentally ready to travel to a new space for vacation, relocation or job purposes. If you want to achieve a successful transitioning, you have to focus on your mental health, mind talk, the questions that needs answers and the mixed emotions. That will make your travel more fun, adventurous and engaging.
Traveling to a completely new and foreign place is a beauty path of fun but can also be bit scary and daunting. Studies has shown that with the adequate guidance your traveling experience could be like a glide over a smooth frosty hill in a glowing weather. But, there are certain information you need to be aware of before you can travel safe and smart.
So, in this article, I will be giving you reasons to travel often:
Traveling promotes peace and a space of healthy reflection. Imagine laying down on the raffia crane chair in a beach sipping a cold cocktail. The waves giving the soft and mixed tunes of nature, watching the horse wag its tail to chase a fly. Oh mine! The scenery has a healing and a refreshing appeal to the mind.
If, you want to know yourself much more, travel! And watch how you learn from yourself. Traveling has this hidden benefit. As you have these new experiences via the means of transportation, new humans, new food, new culture.
The mind expands with newness and a stretch. You see how you respond in these in new situations. This is the point where, I suggest you travel with a journaling pad and a pen. Document and live in the moment.
Do you feel drained or in a pool of lack of zeal? Travel and watch how these new experiences would help produce new, ideas, alternatives and possibilities in solving problems.
As you begin to perceive the world in new ways to make connections between related and the unrelated patterns. You would be creatively inspired.
If you’re a curious person – you really want to know how Time Zones work. Are we going to live in darkness, while some parts of the world live in day time? Traveling gives you more desire to know more, learn and explore!
Are you a traveler? Let me know in the comment section, the benefits that you have gleaned from the travel trips.