I have compiled a few of my favorite quotes about life and traveling to look to as we arrive at 2022’s doorstep! Take a look and see which one is your favorite!
This quote is very straight forward and that’s why I love it! Stop just existing and start living friends!
Once you invite those new experiences into your life, it’s hard to see things the same way that you did before. I could feel myself transforming over the years as we’ve gathered more unique experiences. It opens your eyes and your heart to both the struggles and successes of people who aren’t like you and you can apply those learning moments to so much in the future.
Really. It is. You have decide what you must see for yourself and what can be enjoyed through others sharing their experiences.
A long time ago, we adopted the idea that home is a person (or people), not a place. This has made every single huge move we have made SO much easier than if we were stuck in our previous way of thinking. When applying this to travel, any sort of adventure is worth taking when you have those you love with you! and YES, this includes solo travel. Taking adventures by yourself is a great way to search deep in your soul for what makes you really happy. Either style of traveling is a great opportunity to make new lifelong friends too!
Walk outside, feel the fresh air and sunshine on your face. These are miracles that you can see and feel every single day and they don’t cost a dime. When traveling, these same words are magnified by the beauty and uniqueness of the new area you are discovering!
One of my favorites! Those spectacular adventures don’t have to cost thousands of dollars either. When you apply the previous Thich Nhat Hanh quote to your life, this one can’t help but make you grateful for the everyday adventures as well as the big ones!
Another favorite! Spontaneity has become the norm in our family and it feels incredibly freeing to enjoy life this way sometimes. So, lets go on an adventure!
Accurate, especially when hiking for this fam. Just around that next corner, or up over that next hill might be the view of a lifetime. Ask my children how often we pull this on them out in nature to get them to go just a little bit further!