the stress, worry, isolation, and frustration, however, there was one thing that I was missing the most: my solo travels.You see, I first started traveling on my own when I was just over 18 years old.
And that first time was one of the most valuable experiences of my life.Going to a foreign country, on my own, with nothing but a backpack, a rough itinerary, and some hard-earned cash in my pocket, traveling alone was transformative.For the first time in my life, I was not only left to my own devices.
More importantly, I was given a sort of freedom. To discover who I really was away from the “constraints” of my social circle. To spend days alone, with my own thouhts.Read more on positivelypositive.com