Pack a pillow and a blanket. See the world. You will never regret it. –The Namesake (film).
I never thought I would still be nomadic. My original round-the-world trip was only supposed to last one year before I went back home, found a “real” job, settled down, and by now, be married, have a house, 2.5 children, and complain about my retirement fund to my friends.
Yet life took a decidedly different turn and here I am, seven years later, writing this from an overnight train to Copenhagen with the same desire to explore the world and no sign of stopping soon.
After so many years on the road, there are a few life lessons I’ve learned from travel that I never would have learned otherwise and I wanted to share with you today.
1. It’s not that hard.
Every day, people get up, go out the door to travel the world, and survive and thrive. Kids as young as 18 make their way around the world…
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