The holidays are here. You can practically smell it. The excitement is already building up. The turkey, the family gatherings, the Christmas lights, the presents you need to buy, there's money you’re going to spend debt you’re going to go into.
You’re walking down that one street in your city. You know the one with all the restaurants and all the smiling faces. People sitting outside smiling and talking to one another while sipping on their coffee’s and teas. You look down in shame because your budget doesn’t allow a leisure meal because the plan your following forbids eating out. So instead you walk with your head straight not looking on either side as you repeat your mantra in your head “I have food at home, I have food at home.” Well I have one question for you. “Is it a matter of having food at home or being able to treat yourself?” I know what you’re…
Solo travel guarantees you one thing, an opportunity to face who you are. Not only who you are but what you like, where you stand, and what you like to do. Traveling with others provide you with an opportunity to bond but traveling solo provides you with an opportunity to face yourself and who you are while discovering who you want to be. So, grab a map, pick a place, plan the trip, and get on the plane and discovery what it’s like To Live Freely.
I’m so glad you have taken the time to come and be inspired To Live Freely. Before we get down to business here is the back story. Be born, grow up, go to school, get a Career, get married, have a family. Does that sound familiar? Well it should because that is the expectations that society, by society I mean everyone who is in your life, has placed on you. Well I did it. (Well most of it.)