Writing this has been very difficult for me but that’s the only way I can work through this, by sharing these lessons learned from not traveling.
Why I Travel
Traveling has sparked my curiosity and filled the well with so many thoughts that never would’ve come about otherwise. Get out of your comfort zone. Get out. Why Travel? Why Not? That’s why I Travel.
Please enjoy this collection of Why I Travel stories, supported by my own along with guest posts from some really special people and writers.
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Read the latest Why I Travel stories
Is the act of traveling becoming a never-ending game of constantly upping the ante? Are you running a travel race?
This is primarily a story about my travel writing life but also an insight into how you can become a lifelong traveler as well.
We all know that saying about a great woman being behind every man, and here's our story.
I travel to connect with others and will always be grateful to the people, and for the moments we share. That day in Suwon was truly memorable.
I travel to fail, so I can eventually succeed.
You’ll find the happiness that comes with time abroad or away. You’ll have a treasure trove full of memories. This is why you should travel.
They are all around and come in all forms, shapes, and sizes. These are the people you remember and remind you that we travel for the memories.
I can’t keep up, so a decision had to be made or else my sanity would die away. Put the guide down and walk away. It's time to travel without directions.
The answers given for why people travel range from the practical to the romantic. For me, it's from a childhood preoccupation with not wanting to miss out.