author Katy Ratican Freelance copywriter, editor, social media manager and blogger – Check out her blog Katy Said What? content From packing your bag to stepping off the plane at your destination, every part of a holiday is exciting. Whether you’re taking a short break with loved ones, or a few months out to travel the […]
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Does Travel Really Broaden The Mind?
author Katy Ratican Freelance copywriter, editor, social media manager and blogger – Check out her blog Katy Said What? content There are so many reasons to pack a bag and go travelling. Whether it’s the opportunity to meet new people, to immerse yourself in new and unfamiliar cultures or to check out breathtaking sites of natural […]
9 Top Tips For Mindful Travel
Promoted by Promoted by Identity Withheld author Katy Ratican Freelance copywriter, editor, social media manager and blogger – Check out her blog Katy Said What? content When travelling for pleasure, you are more likely to slow down and take in your surroundings, compared with your average day at home. This gives you a greater opportunity […]
How To Write The Perfect Travel Journal
This post first appeared on Wanderlust. Author, Lyn Hughes. Writing in a diary (Shutterstock) Ask yourself… Who is the diary for? Is it just for you to read – or to share with your friends? This could influence what you put in or leave out! It will also influence the tone and style of the way you […]
Do You Have The Wanderlust Gene?
This article first appeared on Mother Nature Network. Author, Starre Vartan. About 20% of us have a genetic propensity that may compel us toward adventure and exploration. Do you get restless when your suitcase isn’t packed and ready for adventure? (Photo: Tinatin/Shutterstock) Both sets of my American great-grandparents were travelers—immigrants who arrived to New York […]
People Who Spend Money On Experiences Instead Of Things Are Much Happier
This post first appeared on Elite Daily. Author, Chris Riotta. When it’s payday and that direct deposit hits your account, you tend to swipe your card more in a day than your thumb swipes through Facebook, Instagram and Tinder combined. The instant gratification that comes along with the hefty price tags on new clothes, trendy […]