We’ve had a great uptick in traffic since Vagabondish picked up our travel manifesto and published it today!
So if you’ve wandered in from Vagabondish- welcome! We’re in the midst of creating something we hope will be fun, useful, and moving.
This is a blog about both the how and the why of travel. We’ve started with some lofty ideals that drive us, and in the months to come, we’ll be introducing you to the people and stories we encounter along our journeys, while doing our best to provide insightful and helpful tips to better enable you the same opportunity to travel.
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Note: A dear friend of mine recently turned 25 and asked those of us who have seen 25 come and go to write a letter to the 25 year old version of ourselves as a birthday gift to her. When we talk about the why behind travel, this is it. What follows is what has become a bit of a millennial travel blog manifesto for us.
Poco a poco, que sera, sera. Little by little, what will be, will be. The universe has a mysterious way of revealing itself to us, and we must have our eyes and ears constantly open, because often the revelation comes as quickly as it goes.
But take a deep breath. You’re in a job you find unfulfilling and it seems that, day by day, your confidence takes a hit. Maybe you’re not as dynamic as you thought. Maybe that career you didn’t just dream about, but presumed would be yours is beyond your reach. Before you know it, your thoughts and frustrations become a self-fulfilling prophecy. If 30 is the new 20, what’s that make 25? I know it’s easy to get frustrated, easier still to doubt yourself in the midst of uncertainty, but know this: It can all work out, provided you have the will and the patience to make it so.