Travel Inspiration

Get your Inspiration for Travel 

“The traveler sees what he sees, the tourist sees what he has come to see.” – G.K. Chesterton

So who are you a traveler of a tourist? Are you not a bit of both? In actual send, we are absolutely tourists as whenever we travel to some destinations we want to see the highlights of that place. Also, we are always open to discover the new things which allow us to gain experiences that you do not find in a travel guide and that why we are of both worlds a traveler and a tourist

So what does traveling mean to you? So what can I say, whether it’s going somewhere new that is only two-three away or somewhere halfway across the world. Traveling in meaning means relaxation, meditation, it allows one to have unforgettable experiences. For some guys here traveling means going to a new city. Some think about experiencing new things learning culture, their food, their language.
On the other hand, some think of it as a way to escape work or college, some go cause their friends forced them to come, some are going just to get likes for Instagram.

Traveling is like an art, you are forgetting the social life and concentrating on the world. Traveling overcomes your stress, depression. Travelling teaches us that life isn’t just working and retiring. If you say your traveling cause of work, dude that’s not traveling. Traveling is enjoying your life cause you only live once. When you want to travel it’s not just traveling with family and friends and having a good time but it’s about feeling free and overcoming dangerous obstacles in nature. Traveling is somehow trying something new, so when you travel you collect memories, you share your stories with everyone. So when you’re old as the tortoise you get to tell your adventures to your kids and also to your grandkids.

So what do you really mean by traveling? Is it going to someplace new or is it traveling halfway across the world? Travel in actual terms a means to achieve realization, meditation as it allows oneself to have mind-boggling experiences. For some people traveling means just visit a new part or city or destination. But have you given a thought that traveling can be coming in contact with new things such as learning new cultures, their food, and the new language you get to learn?

Traveling is an art, as you get to get out of your regular routine and get to venture in the world around you. Travel helps us to get rid of our stress and depression. It teaches us we are now born in this world only for working purposes and then retiring as we age. If any once says that you are traveling for the sole purpose of work then that not what you call as traveling. Because traveling is enjoying your life cause you live life only once. Whenever we travel it not just traveling with family and friends and just having a good time but it the feeling of freeness that overcome the dangerous obstacles which come in our life. Traveling is trying something new, as whenever you travel you tend to collect memories that you can share with everyone and cherish them for your lifetime. Image the chance you will get to tell the stories which you have lived into your kids or your grandkids. 

Here are some ways to keep your self inspired to travel:

1.) Take responsibility
The best thing you can do to stay focused is to be held accountable. Being accountable to others will help make sure that you don’t fall off the wagon. They will help keep you focused on your goal, and the social pressure to stay on track will provide some extra motivation to follow through. Whether that is betting money, having someone check in on you, keeping track of goals, or having someone help you plan, just being held accountable will force you to stay focused, even on those days you don’t feel like it!. Responsibility ensures action and can force you to follow through when a lack of energy would otherwise hold you back.

2.) Find the destination you want to travel to…
Keep reading about places you want to visit and eventually you’ll get there. It may sound bore, but by always keeping travel on my mind, I always am excited about my future trips. I’m constantly researching destinations online, reading news from overseas, looking up flights, reading blogs, and generally getting to know the world better. 
The more I learn about different places, the more I think, “There are so many places to see, and no time to waste! Let’s go book a flight!”. Thinking about doing something all the time will make it happen.

3.) Spend some time 
Stuff always seems to come up, doesn’t it? Sure, I was planning to visit Iceland in May, and then suddenly, May was here and I was busy. Or maybe you decide today’s the day you’re going to plan your trip but then you forget you have laundry to do. My solution? Pick a day and time you are normally not busy (i.e., on Facebook) and devote that time to planning your trip. Make it a consistent part of your schedule and develop a habit so that it doesn’t feel like a task you “have” to do; it becomes just something you do automatically.
Set thirty minutes aside each day to focus on travel or to plan your trip. Turn it into part of your everyday routine.

4.) Ensure you go through some travel blogs 
Reading about other traveler's adventures can show you that it is easier to travel than you thought, provide advice and tips on the art of travel, and teach you about places you’ve never heard of. One day you’ll get sick of living vicariously through others, and you’ll go out and create your own travel stories. They will show you that yes, travel is realistic, practical, and financially possible.

5.) Go through travel books
Travel books are even better because they cut deep into a destination and open it up in a way a short blog post can’t. Be sure to read books about the destination you are visiting so you can get a deeper understanding of the place. You can’t understand the location’s present if you don’t understand its past. 

6.) Learn some new language 
Join a class and pick up a language you might use on the road. Once you’ve started learning the language, you’ll hate to waste your new skill. And the only way to use it is to travel to where they speak it! 

7.) Give yourself a break! You definitely deserve it !!
If you’ve been on the working for a while, you’ve probably tried out a bit. Travel isn’t always rainbows and unicorns, and spending a lot of time working can lead to burnout.
That’s going to sap your motivation and might even have you thinking about home. Instead of moving on to your next destination, stay where you are for as long as you need it. Watch TV, volunteer, work at your hostel, start a blog, or sit by the beach every day — whatever relaxes you.

8.) Mingle with another traveler 
Sometimes it can be hard to stay motivated if the people around you aren’t supportive of your desire to travel. Hanging out on travel forums or any Facebook travel group will also help you tune out the critics who don’t believe long-term travel is possible because you’ll see from all these people encouraging you that it really is. An encouraging environment is a better environment! And a community of travelers telling you aren’t crazy and this is possible will drown out all the critics in the world.

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