Hitting the road to see a new country or just holidaying to your favourites beachside destination? When we travel we start to lean in and embrace powerful new habits. Sometimes they come naturally and go along with the mood of our journey, other times there is no choice but to be a little more courageous.
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.
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.