Advantages of Traveling
You can experience new cultures
You will expand your knowledge
Traveling can broaden your horizon and expand your world view
It will show you the relativity of life
You can learn new languages
You can make new friends
Traveling can make you really grow in character
Memories for a lifetime
You will be better able to deal with stress
You will be forced out of your comfort zone
Traveling may make you more independent
Boost in confidence
Traveling can help your career
You can try different foods
Better knowledge about our environment
Traveling can improve your fitness level
You will learn about yourself
Traveling may help you to figure out your goals in life
Your strengths and weakness will become more apparent to you
Traveling might enable you to escape your boring life
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Why Travel For So Long? Writed for Matthew Karsten https://expertvagabond.com/about/
Because I’m curious about our planet. I want to take risks, meet interesting people, challenge myself, see amazing things, explore the world, and learn as much as a can.
Not to mention have a bit of fun along the way!
Travel doesn’t have to be expensive.
Adventure is worthwhile.
The world isn’t as dangerous as you think.
Maybe I can show you something you’ve never seen.
Inspire you with new ideas for your next vacation.
Attempt to put a smile on your face.
Help you learn from my mistakes.
Make you think carefully about your actions.
Adventure travel is much more than just participating in extreme activities — it’s about breaking out of your comfort zone, immersing yourself in different cultures and trying new things.
To see the world from someone else’s perspective, and grow in the process.
What’s A Vagabond? vag·a·bond
1. Wandering from place to place without any settled home; nomadic.
2. Leading an unsettled or carefree life.
Since 2010 I’ve been living as a traveling digital nomad & expat — visiting over 50 countries while “vagabonding” around the world from place to place.
Living temporarily in countries like Mexico, Thailand, Italy, Spain, South Africa, and more.
I’m currently based in Utah with my wife Anna, our two sons Dylan and Holden, plus our traveling cat Poofy.