Over the course of time, both humans and animals have valued the importance of travelling. It is like reading a book. You go from one city to city and learn tiny details of it in the process.
Travel allows you to learn and understand better. It nourishes the mind and enhances one’s ability.
Why is it so important?
- Allows you to meet new people
Someone somewhere out there is exactly like you and is meant to be your friend. The world or even a city makes your interact with different people belonging to different cultural backgrounds. These people are meant to lighten up your life. Chances are you will meet new people in a bus, train, shop or a restaurant too.
- Learn new cultures
You would have never known tiny details about a culture if it were not for travelling. A particular dialect, a dress code or food are associated with a culture. Culture changes after every few kilometres and it can be savoured by travelling.
- Stress release
Travelling can be a stress release. Some days off from your daily grind into a land where you are not obligated to duties. It is good and refreshing. New and beautiful places to see is a relief.
- Good memories
A travel binge can create a lot of tales for the future starting with ‘remember when’. Your travelling memories are a good reminder of good times. Travelling palatoids, little pieces, clothes etc are a keepsafe.
The more you travel the more you know. The travelling exposure gives you the ability to explore places and intrigue ideas in your brain. It could be an answer to your business plan or the clothing you are thinking to launch.
Traveling and the Creation of Connections and Memories
I spent several recent vacation blocks thinking about where I would like to have created more memories. I have a hard time thinking about vacations until they start to roll around… but I do want to have more memories. So I came up with a little game. I made a note in my journal and shared it with my husband.
The first thing he said was, that’s a great idea and it should be fun to share your notes! (He also loves to laugh about how “I won’t make a note in this journal” but still does). (Haha!) So you see where this is going. I wanted to start a blog in hopes of sharing stories about my family, things I’ve done, recipes I try, etc.