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You've had the most amazing adventure, travelling, working and living across this beautiful planet. Now your back to where you left off. Back home, the 'real world.' You have changed so much, you've grown, you've seen, you've experienced. But back home, nothing has changed. You feel like you don't fit in anymore. Maybe you feel stuck, lost, uncertain and you just cant relate to those around you. Or maybe you just want to find a place to share your adventures.
Ive created the WILD TRIBE for you and all of us. A tribe of like minded people, travellers, adventures and wanderlusters. A place to come together after experiencing so much of the world to exchange experiences, share stories and celebrate your adventures.
One of the most challenging things from returning from a long stint overseas is creating and settling in to your own space. After being away for an extended period of time, you come back home to a place that no longer seems familiar. You may have spent all your money on your travels or time living overseas. If this is the case its highly likely your going to have to move in with family, friends or a housemate. Its so incredibly important to set up your own space so you feel inspired to tackle the transition of returning home and this important piece of the puzzle wont contribute to the transition and reverse culture shock you may already be facing.
The looks on there faces said it all. As I checked into my hostel, others were arriving back from their day at Perito Moreno Glacier. The day had been perfect. Not a cloud in the sky as far as the eye could see. A crystal clear day, beaming with sunshine. Mountainous panoramic views surrounded the cute little town of El Calafate. An exciting day lay ahead. Night fell and I swapped stories with new found friends. Outside the snow began to fall.
Welcome to the "add more adventure to your life" series! Are you looking to bring more adventure into your life? I can help you. So many people say to me..."you have such a great life", "you're always off adventuring here, there and everywhere", "you're always doing something new"
What are your values? Have you ever been asked this question? Words start flying around your mind as you think of what is important to you, what standards you have, how you behave and what you see as worthy. Or perhaps your mind draws blank... of course there are so many things that are important to you, but how can you sum it up in a few short words?
I didn't quite know what I wanted to do after leaving High School, but what I did know is that it seemed like a good idea to keep studying...so I did. I dived into a certificate in tourism and continued on with a double degree in sport and tourism.
The Atacama desert lies in the North of Chile. Made up of salt basins and sand, many say this is the driest desert in the world. As with all deserts temperatures rise rapidly in the day and fall below zero at night. Water is scarce and dust is everywhere.
Great ideas pop into our heads all the time and our imagination can run wild with these very thoughts and often does. Until we start hearing questions like 'What if it doesn't work?', 'What if I'm not good at it?', 'What will other people think of me?', 'I'm not good enough', 'I don't have the time.'
Spring as sprung and and for most of us down here in the southern hemisphere winter is well and truly over. Something that so many of us are very happy to see. I'm still holding on to my last few days of 'winter at the snow' and am just trying to figure out how I can get a few runs in on my snowboard later today and for the rest of this week.
Just landed home from a trip of a life time...and your broke? Relieve yourself from your financial pressure and money stress. So you have returned home from a year of travels, or perhaps you've been on a month long holiday, or maybe a short indulgent road trip and now you've got NO money. You spent months maybe even years saving up for your adventure, you had a great time, but now your home, your broke and its stressing you out.
When I packed my life into a bag in 2011 and jetted off to South America with no plan, trekking the Inca trail was the only part of my trip I'd arranged before leaving home. I wanted to know what all the fuss was about. A trek that you need to secure a booking on three months prior to arrival? That must be something - and it really was. A majestic place one must experience to believe!