Inspirational Blog Posts By My Favorite Travel Bloggers!

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Lately I’ve been raving about how travel is my new obsession and how I not only want to see the world, but I want to make the world my home. Sometimes it gets very hard to see how realistic this really is. I’ll be graduating from college soon with a great amount of school debt and will be boggled down by pressure to find a job and live the “American dream”. No matter, I’m determined to figure how I can make this a reality.

I know a lot of people that are in the same boat as me. No kids, no wife or husband but lots of loans from school and big dreams to see the world. They want to steer away from the norm that society has instilled in us and do something that they’re passionate about. We are the generation that wants to make a difference in the world, not work only to make money.

But enough about that. The main reason I am writing this post is to inspire people who are wanting these same things. Here are some inspirational articles from my favorite travel bloggers. These are the people who kept their dreams alive and made it happen!

  • Dear Ladies: This Can Be Your Life, Too
    By: Adventurous Kate
    Every now and then, I receive an email or a Facebook comment from one of my girlfriends that contains the following phrase: “You’re so lucky, Kate.” I appreciate their words, but I disagree wholeheartedly. I’m not lucky at all. I’m in the same boat as all of you — I just made travel a priority in my life…
  • Please Don’t Be Afraid To Travel On Your Own
    By: Wandering Earl
    You want to travel. You make a vague plan. Maybe you’ll fly to Thailand or maybe to Mexico, but either way, you’re leaving in six months time. You start saving money, you start doing research every single night and your level of excitement grows with each passing hour…
  • 55 Lessons Learned from a Life of Travel
    By: YTravelBlog
    Travel, is it just about checking places off your list and taking your I was here photo, or is it about something more? For me, for the past 15 years, travel has been a story of personal enrichment. It’s how I’ve learned about the world: it’s natural wonders, diverse cultures, history, and traditions…

 

I hope you all enjoyed my post! Please feel free to leave your comments and tell me your thoughts :)

xoxo

3 Responses

  1. Your posts is very inspirational I graduated from college 1.5 years ago and I agree with you in that we can do anything we set our minds to! I recently moved to LA from Spain, so here I am, living 6,000 miles away from my loved ones and enjoying life every day! :) The secret is to not be scared to follow your dreams! It seems you’re pretty determinant, and you’ll figure it out!

  2. These are some of my favorite bloggers, too! So glad I just discovered your blog as well!

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