Traveling is not only fun and exciting, but it can also help make us better individuals and better global citizens.
Read on to see why you should travel as much as possible.
I have a restless soul and wandering feet. I am not a homebody, by any definition of the word. I am a gypsy, a nomad, an adventurer. Fortunately, I have found a fellow wanderer with whom I can share my adventures, who understands my need to keep exploring.
Naturally, though, there have been times in my life when I have needed to stay in one place, to plant myself firmly into the ground for a time.
Today, I turned 35. After 3.5 decades of life, I feel it's time to reflect on all I am grateful for and to share my goals for the future.
Click "Read More" to See my 35 Thoughts on Thankfulness and Dreams.
Writer and professor John Augustus Shedd wrote, "A ship in harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for."
“The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.” Though Eleanor Roosevelt probably was not speaking specifically about travel, her words echo the feelings of those who have a strong sense of wanderlust who are continually searching for new, rich experiences.
Aptly nicknamed "The Land of Fire and Ice," Iceland features natural wonders galore. From glaciers to thermal areas and waterfalls to volcanoes, the beauty of the country can take one's breath away.
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