Let your Travelling Dreams Come True

Our travelling dreams are often crushed by the reality of life, especially as we get older. We find that bills need to be paid, and one thing after another seems to go wrong that means we’re paying money out left right and center. Plus, there’s the commitment of work that we have to try and navigate. But, let’s quit all of this negativity and focus on the positives. The world really is your oyster if you take the time to realise it. One of the reasons why we’re so restricted is because we let our lives be that way. Well, no more, we know exactly how to make your travelling dreams come true. Have a read on to find out more.


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You need to set yourself some kind of budget if you want to be successful with this. It is the main reason why so many people struggle with getting away more than once a year. So, be strict. Stop having that take away just because you can’t be bothered to cook. Stop going out to every single thing you get asked to do. We’re not expecting you to become a hermit, but you need to cut back on the luxuries in life if you want to travel the world and see things you’ve never seen before. Figure out how much money you’re going to need in total. That’s accounting for the holiday itself, spending money, clothes etc. and make sure you’re putting enough money aside each month to be able to afford it. If you just cut back on a few things you’ll be surprised at how many holidays you could actually go on. Here’s more tips on how you can budget for a big holiday, https://www.lonelyplanet.com.


Find The Perfect Destination

This is the part that creates the most conflict for a lot of people, especially if you’re travelling with someone else. There are so many perfect destinations around the world, so why not just pull one out of a hat. Think of all the places you’d most like to go, and put them on a folded piece of paper into a hat. Whatever you pull out is the destination you’re going to. It takes all the awkwardness and arguing out of picking a destination, and makes it fun. Then look at companies such as G Adventures to see if they have a holiday suitable for your destination. Their FAQ page answers a lot of questions you might have about your travels, check out the link https://www.gadventures.com/faqs/. Once you’ve picked your destination, it makes the whole process of budgeting a lot easier as you know exactly how much you’re going to need to spend. Make sure you’re getting the best deal with your holiday, and that you’re going at the right time of year for that particular climate.


Pack Your Bags And Travel For Good

Your last option is truly liberating. Pack your bags and head out for good. Travelling for 6 months or a year is just so freeing. You can move from country to country whilst working in places such as bars to get money. You’ll have experience like no other, and no doubt make friends for life. It’s a big life change, but it doesn’t have to be permanent and it can give you an amazing life.


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24 responses

  1. Girl I wish I can pack my bags and leave for six months. Lol! I need a vacation though. My plannis to visit Paris this year. Saving up is the only saving grace I have at this time or Paris might end up becoming a dream.

    I am now raking your first advice to go ahead and save up. Thanks Stella! Nice article.

  2. I agree with you (I’m a freelance blogger and traveller, how could I ever disagree? 🙂 ) I think there are a lot of ways to find funds and moments to pack and discover the world. it’s just a matter of priorities and if we keep in mind that any new destination is a good one, we are ready to become advanced travelers

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