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4 bad habits to ditch after long term travel.

4 bad habits to ditch after long term travel.

As much as I believe that travel is super valuable and leaves you with some incredible learnings and growth and some wonderful habits, it can also develop some bad habits. Habits that would be a good idea to break.

If you are or have been travelling for a long period of time and return home, you might find you have unconsciously adopted some of these bad habits.

The 'destination addiction' trap...free yourself.

The 'destination addiction' trap...free yourself.

"Life is about the journey, not the destination." Some words I know have echoed in your mind time after time. Yeah yeah, I know you have heard it before, I'm sure. So I wanted to break it down and really dive into this topic because its something I became aware of at a very young age.

Change...how to REALLY make it work for you.

Change...how to REALLY make it work for you.

Another winter flickers past. We’re about to turn the calendar to September. Did you set new years resolutions? ...Eight months ago? Or perhaps your rolling your eyes at the fact I even mentioned them. Statistics show that most people give up their resolutions 2-3 weeks into the New Year and only 8-10% of people actually follow through with them. That seems quite a high number if you ask me.

Are you doing too much?

Are you doing too much?

There is so much you can do with this wild and crazy life. Never in your wildest dreams will you be able to do it all, see it all or have it all. The world is a playground and there is just so much on offer. If your anything like me you will want to get the most out of your life. How do you do that?

Is 'busy' your excuse?

Is 'busy' your excuse?

Busy means to keep occupied or having a great deal to do. But it seems to me we make this word so much more. A few months ago I set out on a quest to bring awareness to how this word is used. After all we all have the same amount of time it's just how we prioritize it. Is ‘busy’ really just a mindset? Are we using busy as an excuse?